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2014 DCDT International Conference in Cleveland, OH

(posted June 24, 2014)

Register for the 2014 CEC Division on Career Development and Transition (DCDT) Conference, Transition Rocks, November 6-8 at the Renaissance Hotel in Cleveland, OH.

Easter Seals Project Action (ESPA) - Accessible Transportation

(posted April 14, 2014)

ESPA is a training and TA center derived through a cooperative effort between Easter Seals, Inc. and the U.S. Department of Transportation Federal Transit Administration. Project ACTION aims to improve access to public transportation for people with disabilities. Visit their website for toolkits, instructional materials, on-line courses, and a large selection of resources for educators, parents, students, and agencies.

Work-based Learning & Fair Labor Standards Act, Webinar Recording Available!

(posted April 04, 2014)

View Ensuring that Work-based Learning for Students with Disabilities Aligns with the Fair Labor Standards Act Training Agreement presented by Dr. Mary Morningstar, Director of the Transition Coalition & professor with the KU Department of Special Education on April 3, 2014. Download the presentation handouts and accompanying work-based learning checklist.

Attention Self-Advocates, Family Members, Professionals!

(posted March 11, 2014)

Register now for the 2014 Self-Advocates Becoming Empowered (SABE) National Conference, October 9th-12th, 2014 in OKC.

Free Multimedia Autism Guide Now Available Online!

(posted October 25, 2013)

Understanding Autism: A Guide for Secondary School Teachers provides strategies for secondary school teachers. Released by the Organization for Autism Research (OAR), this manual and DVD series is available HERE for teachers, families, and administrators to access for free.

NEW! Contacting Hard-to-Find Youth: Strategies for the Post-School Survey

(posted April 29, 2013)

National Post-School Outcomes Center recently developed a document summarizing strategies for contacting underrepresented, hard-to-find youth in post-school surveys. These strategies were recommended by youth and their families from focus groups across four states. Click here for a link to the document.

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