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Wednesday, May 13, 2015

Free Talk Thursday, May 14th in Holliston: Transition Planning - What Comes after High School for Children with Special Needs?

From the Holliston SEPAC

May 12, 2015

Please join the Holliston SEPAC at a workshop to learn about:
  • Laws and regulations relating to transition planning;
  • Key areas to assess and methodologies;
  • Strategies for including assessment information in Transition Plans and IEPs.

This talk is free and open to the public.

When:   7:00 - 9:00pm Thursday, May 14, 2015

Where: Holliston High Room 303
                   370 Hollis Street, Holliston, MA

NOTE: This talk has been moved from the library to Room 303After entering through the main high school entrance, take the first hallway on the right, after the library. Prior to the stairs, take the left down the hallway. Room 303 is the first classroom on your right, after the back wing hallway.

Speakers: Kelley Challen, Ed.M., CAS
                        Director of Transition Services, NESCA

                        Meg Camire
                        Director of Student Services, Holliston


NESCA Transition Services

Transition is the process, ideally beginning at age 14 if not sooner and extending through high school graduation and beyond, by which an adolescent or young adult masters the life skills necessary to function independently in post-secondary school or the workplace.

NESCA offers complete transition assessment (including testing and community-based observation), consultation, planning, coaching and college selection services, coordinated by Kelley Challen, Ed.M., CAS. Other members of NESCA's transition team include Jason McCormick, Psy.D., Sandy Storer, MSW and Marilyn Weber. Learn more HERE!

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