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Tuesday, February 19, 2013

Transition Tuesday Series Starts 2/26!

Session I - Tuesday, February 26th - Enroll Now!

To Register, Please Call 617-658-9800.

Our Transition Tuesday evening workshop series kicks off again in just one week, on Tuesday, February 26th, and space remains available. The cost is only $15 per individual session or $60 for the full series of five. Seating is limited. To register, call Amanda Renzi at 617-658-9800 or email nesca@nesca-newton.com.

All of the sessions will take place in the lower lobby of our building at 55 Chapel Street in Newton, from 7:00 – 9:00pm. There is ample free, off-street parking in the lot opposite the main entrance, marked with a blue, Chapel Bridge Park banner.
This material will be of value to the parents of adolescents and young adults with disabilities--and professionals working with them--seeking to make successful transitions from high school into post-secondary education and into the workplace.
Program Schedule
February 26 - But She’s Only 12! Better Start Early...
Led by NESCA's new Director of Transition Services Kelley Challen, Ed.M., C.A.G.S., supported by experienced educational advocates serving as small-group discussion leaders.

March 5 - Using the TPF to Your Child’s Best Advantage
Veteran Educational Advocate Marilyn Weber presents, after which we will again divide into small discussion groups, each facilitated by an educational advocate and a NESCA clinician.

April 2 - Comprehensive Transition Assessment
NESCA Drs. Jason McCormick and Kate DellaPorta  present The Blueprint for Transition Assessment, our modular, individualized approach to thorough transition assessment.

April 9 - Special Education & Transition
Special Education Attorney Michelle Moor, Esq. discusses state and federal laws relating to transition, after which we will again break out into small, advocate-led discussion groups.

April 30 - Schools with Strong Transition Programs
A panel discussion with representatives from at least six schools and agencies (TBD) with outstanding transition programs. NESCA Director Ann Helmus, Ph.D. moderates.

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