NSTTAC Training: Opportunities to Improve Postsecondary Transition for Youth with Disabilities
Sponsored by the Ohio Secondary Transition Improvement Grant, a federally funded project administered by the Ohio Rehabilitation Services Commission (RSC) in collaboration with the ODE Office for Exceptional Children
NSTTAC staff is recognized as national experts in the field of secondary transition for students with disabilities. NSTTAC conducted the research that identified Evidence Based Practices and Predictors of Postsecondary Success for Transition Youth. David Test and Catherine Fowler from NSTTAC are the primary trainers.
Intended Outcome:Adult Rehabilitation professionals (VR, DD) and educators (Intervention Specialists, Transition Coordinators) will strategize on ways to work collaboratively to improve postsecondary outcomes for students with disabilities.
Removing barriers to interagency collaboration
Coordinating services in the IEP and IPE
Implementing evidence based practices
How VR can contribute to IEP development
How educators can analyze assessment information in vocation terms
Work together as district/region teams to formulate plans for collaboration
Monday April 29: NORTHEAST: Kent State University Student Center
Wednesday May 1: NORTHWEST: SST Region 1 Office, Toledo
Tuesday May 21: S0UTHWEST: Miami Valley Regional Center, Dayton
Wednesday May 22: SOUTHEAST: ESC of Athens-Meigs Counties, Chauncey
Five continuing education hours for PC, LSW and NCC will be provided to those attending. CRC continuing education hours are still pending. For those education personnel in attending, a certificate of attendance will be provided.
You may register below by clicking the link: http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/NSTTAC
Questions? Contact RSC, Mike Kinney at (614) 438-1724 or at Michael.Kinney@rsc.ohio.gov.