Tuesday, June 25, 2019 | 1:00-2:00 p.m.
Pre-Employment Transition Services: A Coordinated Effort
Tammie Doyle, DVR
This session will give a brief overview of the Federal Regulations and discuss our statewide vision. Participants will get a chance to meet the Regional Transition Consultants assigned to offer technical assistance and support to transition students across the state.
Interpreting and Using Post-school Outcome Data for Program Planning
Dianne Sabat, CCTS
In this session, we will explore how to interpret post-school outcome data for your district/ESD. As a group, we will brainstorm the meaning of the data and what questions still need to be asked. Finally, we will discuss the ways that the data can guide program planning at the district, school, or student level.
Interagency Transition Networks: What, Where, When, and How
Cinda Johnson, CCTS
Interagency Transition Networks provide a platform to build collaboration between organizations, identify community needs and strengths, and to strengthen services and supports for young people with disabilities as they transition to post-school settings. Learn all about it at this session!
High Expectations! Collaborative Supports for Secondary Students with Disabilities
Tania May, OSPI
This session provides an overview of collaborative initiatives in support of improved outcomes for secondary students with disabilities, including current best practices and resources in support of transition planning. The discussion will include a review of current transition data and outcomes, strategies for aligning High School and Beyond plans with transition planning in Individualized Education Programs (IEPs), and evidence-based resources to support transition planning.
Teaming for Transition: Preparing Students for Postsecondary Life
Rebekah Fuss and Betty Lopez, Selah School District
Planning for students’ transition needs requires a coordinated approach between IEP team members. Our district has embarked on a journey to make this a smooth process that addresses students’ transition needs at the high school level and through specific programming for some students ages 18-21. Coordination with community partners, connections with outside agencies, and careful scheduling of instruction are all aspects of our teams’ work to build transition supports for all students.