This informational brief provides an outline of strategies and structure for developing and implementing a work-based learning program for students with complex support needs.
The Taxonomy for Transition Programming 2.0 builds upon the earlier work and provides research-based practices for implementing transition-focused education.
Useful approaches, policies, and strategies necessary to facilitate partnerships that result in better outcomes for students and youth with disabilities and tangible mutual benefits for collaborating partners.
Guidance on the development of the formal interagency agreement between the vocational rehabilitation and education agencies as part of the implementation of the Workforce Innovation and Opportunities Act.
Developed a searchable database of curriculum that includes options for providing the five required pre-employment transition services.
Pre-Employment Transition Services Laws, Regulations and Policies updated to reflect the Federal Register.
Frequently Asked Questions on Pre-Employment Transition Services organized by topic areas.
A Focus On Transition Community Rehabilitation Providers (CRPs) have long delivered services that support the transition of students with disabilities from high school to competitive integrated employment. These services have been provided in a variety of settings (i.e., schools, community, and businesses) and supported by funding from a variety of sources (i.e., school districts, Vocational Rehabilitation, Medicaid), typically as students …
This FAQs provide guidance and technical assistance to VR agencies and community rehabilitation programs (CRPs) to assist individuals with disabilities in achieving high-quality employment and exercising their informed choice about the type of employment to pursue.
This series of pre-recorded webinars highlights the five required pre-employment transition services. Each of the five webinars include curricula/activities, state spotlights, examples of expected outcomes and ways to identify student progress, tips for successful service delivery, and additional supports and resources that may be used to provide these services for students with disabilities. Please be sure to complete the evaluation located …
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