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Who Does What? Optimizing Employment Services and Supports Webinar

Various entities, including Vocational Rehabilitation and higher education programs, provide postsecondary education programs for students/youth with intellectual and developmental disability (ID/D). Coordinating different services goes a long way toward a student’s employment outcome, but it can be daunting to know where to start. In this 1.5 hour recorded webinar from Think College, NTACT:C and Think College personnel share an overview of …

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“Back to the Future” – Pre-ETS and the Five Required Services

1402 Views OnDemand, Pre-Employment Transition Services, Training - Pre-Employment Transition Services, Webinar

This webinar will introduce you to a few new resources regarding the provision of pre-employment transition services for students with disabilities. States may choose to use these resources as a companion to existing outreach and marketing materials, as a part of their on-boarding with new staff, or simply as a quick desk reference guide. These new resources include a Compendium to the Delivery of Pre-Employment Transition Services (Pre-ETS), and a stand alone guide for each of the five required Pre-ETS activities.

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ABLE – Savings Plans for the Future

ABLE—Achieving a Better Life Experience—Accounts are tax-advantaged savings accounts for people with disabilities and their families. ABLE Accounts do not replace other forms of financial assistance, such as SSI, insurance, or programs like SNAP. Rather, ABLE Accounts allow an individual to save post-tax income and use it for disability-related services. NTACT:C and ABLE National Resource Center partnered to create the …

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Think Higher. Think College. New Resources and Strategies on College Access for Students with Intellectual Disability

1173 Views OnDemand, Training - Postsecondary Education, Webinar

Do you want to learn effective strategies and skills to help your students Think College? Join this free, public webinar to gain strategies and insights from a panel composed of K-12 transition specialists, a program director from an inclusive postsecondary education program, and a vocational rehabilitation (VR).