June 22, 2020 – 10:00 AM – 11:30 AM EST – Online with the Autism Aspergers Network based in Watertown, MA. Students with autism who participate in special education are entitled to an education designed to meet their unique educational needs and prepare them for further education, employment and independent living afterward.
* Schools assist students on IEPs with postsecondary preparation is through “transition services.” But, what are transition services? And, where do they go in an IEP?
* The presenter will be Kelley Challen, the Director of Transition Services at a Boston based neuropsychology practice and integrative treatment center. She is is co-author of the chapter “Technologies to Support Interventions for Social- Emotional Intelligence, Self-Awareness, Personality Style, and Self-Regulation” for the book Technology Tools for Students with Autism. She overseeing planning, consultation, evaluation, coaching, case management, training and program development services. Kelley will provide some basic information about how:
- the law describes transition services
- how an IEP team determines what transition services a student needs
- and provides examples of transition services that are commonly useful and necessary for students with autism.
COST: $10 – Financial assistance is available. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
To register or for more information visit www.aane.org/event/aane-webinar-transition-planning-understanding-and-accessing-iep-transition-services/ or contact Stephanie Birkdale, AANE, 617-393-3824 x32,