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The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act of 2004 requires the consideration of transition needs for students beginning not later than the first IEP to be in effect when the student is 16, and updated annually thereafter. Transition services are an integral part of the student's education plan and are designed to meet their unique needs and prepare them for further education, employment, and independent living.
Explanation of key secondary provisions that lay the groundwork for quality transition planning.
Itemized sections of the Transition Handbook are found on this link.
Planning My Way to Work
Explanation of all diploma types that students leave school with so they are prepared for postsecondary education experience, integrated employment, and citizenship.
State and national resources providing specific information to assist in the transition of students with disabilities from school to work or to higher education.
Local, regional, and statewide secondary transition activities and services that promotes involvement from school to postsecondary education and employment.
Advisory group for the Office of Enhancing Student Opportunities.
Very helpful website providing information and resources for Transition Specialists and Special Education Teachers to help them support their students.
YTP is an Oregon Vocational Rehabilitation Services program that serves youth with disabilities statewide.
Foster care, Transfer of Rights at Age of Majority, Notice of Transfer, and Notice of Proposed Transfer.
PSO materials includes a list of materials and the capability of being searched.
State and national resources providing specific information on programs and agencies dealing with transition issues.
Form & procedures tab includes all forms required for PSO Exit and Follow up interviews.
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