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Monthly webinar series that features a different topic each time intended to help people gain basic knowledge of the systems, programs, and services in place that serve individuals with intellectual and other developmental disabilities (I/DD)
An overview of the transition to adulthood process for parents who are traveling this path with their child for the first time. Packed with evidence-based tips, resource recommendations, informational handouts, and activities for parents and young adults.
A comprehensive guide for parents of children with special education needs.
This guide covers the topics of transition planning, transition services and requirements, education and employment options, and supporting the decisions made by students and youths with disabilities.
Information about ABLE Accounts, which are tax-advantaged savings accounts for individuals with disabilities and their families
A guide with information on starting and managing an ABLE account.
A resource with information about the ABLE Savings Account.
Resource that defines transition assessment and helps instructors prepare students for transition.
A webpage with information about alternatives to guardianship for individuals with ID/DD.
A document explaining Special Needs trusts, including how they work and why they are needed.
Various transition resources broken down by life stage.
BFAST is a UNC TEACCH project that aims to connect members of the Black community to culturally sensitive services and resources for Black autistic individuals.
A printable and fillable PDF to be used to create a student centered IEP transition plan.
First session in a symposium series that focuses on the importance of building a sense of belonging for children, youth, and young adults with disabilities in school, college, and workplace settings.
A tool for organizing your child's health information.
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