Westborough, Mill Pond School, January 26th, 2017. This workshop provides an overview of the transition planning process for youth with disabilities ages 14-21 on IEPs. Because students with disabilities often experience limited success after leaving high school, transition planning is crucial to students’ success after high school.
* What can parents do? All too often, parents fail to take an active role in their child’s transition planning. Parents can take an active role by working with the school to plan the supports and services that will lead to success.
Parents can also help their children to define goals and aspirations for life after high school. Both parents and students need to make sure that transition planning starts early enough for adequate preparation, which is frequently well before the mandatory age of 16.
To RSVP or for more information visit the Westborough SEPAC Facebook Page www.facebook.com/events/359271884432884/