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A comprehensive informational website intended to provide helpful information and guidance to parents of children with birth injuries.
This document provides a case study of a student with severe disabilities including postsecondary goals, annual goals, transition services, evidence of coordination, age-appropriate transition assessment and courses of study.
Districts, schools and program names are provided annually that maintain local GED Option Programs.
The GED Testing Service (GEDTS) enables approved states to provide access to the GED Option Program for selected secondary students who are enrolled in school.
This list includes many programs conducting research or offering transition information on nationally recognized programs.
A collection of tools and resources designed to give you a fresh perspective on earning your degree from one of South Dakota’s online colleges.
These sites provide Oregon specific information on programs and agencies dealing with transition issues.
As many of you already know, Oregon Developmental Disability Services (ODDS) has "Staff Tools" sites that hold a lot of great information. The most frequently updated Staff Tools pages are:
These resources assist students with disabilities and their parents to prepare for college or postsecondary education.
Improving Postsecondary Outcomes for All Students with Disabilities.
Summary of Child Labor Laws.
UHY Surrogate Parents.
For more information on this topic, contact Sally Simich.
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