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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.
Learn more about how individuals with disabilities can start their independent/community living journey.
PACER's website is a wealth of information and resources for housing for individuals with IDD and their families.
This worksheet will help young adults craft a vision statement about what they want for their life after high school.
This fact sheet describes key requirements for transition services for students with IEPs.
The Student Dream Sheet can help students set goals and share their interests and preferences.
Packet that provides a list of actions that are grounds for petitioning the Clerk for removal and replacement of the ward’s guardian.
A tool to help young adults create goals in the areas of Training/Education, Employment and Independent Living as part of their Transition to Adulthood.
Learn more about the Division of Services for the Blind (DSB) in the context of employment and the transition to adulthood. Aprender más de la División de Servicios para Personas Ciegas (DSB) en el contexto de la transición a la vida adulta y empleo.
Learn more about the Division of Services for the Blind (DSB) as they relate to transition planning and employment. Aprender más de la División de Servicios para Personas Ciegas (DSB) en el contexto de la transición a la vida adulta y empleo.
Aprende más sobre los cursos de estudio disponibles para individuos con discapacidad en la preparatoria.
Learn more about the graduation requirements for high schools in NC.
Learn more about the ways you can support your young adult child in the transition to adulthood.
A document that helps you explore options at the end of high school regarding training, internships and apprenticeships, and postsecondary education.
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