Get an introduction to Main Street, a new model of inclusive housing and community engagement located in Rockville, Maryland, which was founded on the principles of affordability, accessibility, inclusivity and choice.
This webinar will allow rehabilitation professionals and educators an opportunity to discuss ethical dilemmas encountered in their work settings.
This webinar provides an overview of the VR Transition Services to Groups authority and when an agency may want to use the Services to Groups authority.
In this webinar, get an introduction to the RSA and IDEA data states collect and learn how these data can be used for program improvement.
This session will provide state and local interagency team members with strategies and resources to meaningfully engage students, youth, and young adults in transition team meetings and related activities.
This webinar will provide an overview of CIRCLES – Communicating Interagency Relationships and Collaborative Linkages for Exceptional Students – including information about the multi-level teams and process.
This webinar describes how Vermont’s collaborative activities have improved the coordination and delivery of pre-employment transition services to secondary students with disabilities.
This training addresses the importance of collaboration with education, data sharing, and analyzing the impact of Pre-ETS programs and services. Idaho VR shares their experience implementing a strategic planning for evaluating Pre-ETS services, identifying what worked, challenges, and next steps.
Representatives from Maryland State Departments of Education, Labor, Rehabilitation Services, and Disabilities will share how they successfully executed meaningful and effective “super” Memoranda of Understanding (MOUs) regarding transitioning youth.
In this training, we will highlight 10 thought-provoking strategies, and offer potential ways of looking at your pre-employment transition services resource management.