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Transition Supports and Resources

Group of high school graduatesIU13 Transition Services provide districts with information related to the complex transition needs of students as they progress from school to adulthood.

The program builds capacity in local school districts to meet the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) requirements.

Transition Network Meetings: Lancaster and Lebanon Transition Coordinating Council (TCC)

Transition Coordinating Council (TCC) is a network of parents, consumers, educators, and community service providers helping students with special needs in their transition from school to adult life. Its mission is to promote effective transition planning for students with disabilities from school to adult life.

TCC is facilitated by IU13’s Special Education Services. Act 48 credits are offered to educators. Dates of meetings are listed in the TCC Meetings Datesaver.

Next Meeting: 

Transition to Post-Secondary Education Fair

Parents with two teen children

The IU13 Transition to Post-Secondary Education Fair for Students with 504 Plans and IEPs is offered to students with disabilities, their families, and educators. The program focuses on post-secondary options for students and the change in demands from high school to college studies.

Participants will have the opportunity to meet with administrators and counselors from colleges, universities, and trade and technical schools, and also with representatives from agencies that offer support to students in the post-secondary setting.

  • IU13 Virtual Transition to Post-Secondary Education Fair
    • High school students with 504 Plans or IEPs and their teachers and parents are
      encouraged to attend this year’s virtual fair to learn about making a successful transition
      to post-secondary education. Pre-recorded sessions by administrators and counselors
      from various colleges will cover numerous aspects of self-advocacy as well as steps for
      accessing disability support services in a post-secondary school environment. Attendees
      will also be able to view information on colleges and universities, trade and technical
      schools, agency and financial supports with just a click!
    • View/download 2021 event flyer here.
    • Grade-Level Study Guides:

 

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