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While self-advocacy is important life skill for all individuals, in many cases it is even more essential for Transition age students (ages 14-18). Self-advocacy involves understanding personal motivations while developing goals. ...

Educators work with students of all different abilities and needs. Unfortunately, some of the toughest students have cognitive and/or behavioral needs that can make the education process difficult for many. What follows in this blog is a series of helpful guidelines that can be...

Transition planning is one of the most important and beneficial functions of having an IEP for students with special needs. Transition meetings are commonly held to discuss movement from one school level to another, or even from one job or program to another as a...

Once a child reaches the age required by their State and/or Indicator 13, they formally begin planning for their Transition to adult life including identifying postsecondary goals. Parental involvement in the transition process is essential since they accompany their child through their school and life...