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Transition Technical Assistance Network

The Transition Technical Assistance Network (TTAN) provides a variety of lessons, interviews, websites, and other resources collected by and for educators supporting postsecondary transition for Oregon students with disabilities.

The TTAN consists of:

  • Transition Network Facilitators (TNFs),
  • Pre-Employment Transition Services Coordinators, and
  • Pre-ETS/TNF Support Specialists
  • Technical Assistance Providers for the Youth Transition Program (YTP):

TTAN Services:

  • Developing transition-related curriculum and instructional approaches which are consistent with the Education Goals;
  • Developing outcome-based transition planning approaches that use precepts of discovery and person-centered planning;
  • Implementing transition-related instructional approaches for students with disabilities, such as those that are community based, and which may include, but are not limited to, authentic experiences such as internships, mentorships, youth work experiences, job skill related instruction, and job shadowing;
  • Facilitating and managing interagency teams and resources to help ensure students and families may utilize resources from applicable state agencies, local education agencies, and other available resources; and
  • Encouraging the implementation of transition services in schools that are consistent with the Education Goals.
  • Assisting Local Education Agencies to meet the requirements of OAR 581-015-2245 regarding the placement of students