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Monday, June 8, 2015

Free Webinar June 16th - Creating an Transition-Infused IEP: Help Your Student Get the Most Out of Transition Services

From FCSN.org
The Federation for Children with Special Needs

June 8, 2015

Please join us for Part III of our Special Education Transition Series Tuesday, June 16, 2015 from 12:30pm to 1:30pm EDT.

This webinar will explore the ways in which a student's vision, self-determination and self-efficacy, skill building and ultimately, a successful transition to adulthood can be attained throughout the whole IEP process.

Leslie Leslie, Project Coordinator at the Federation for Children with Special Needs, and Janie Crecco, RTSC Training and Support Specialist at the Federation, will explain how to use the transition planning process and the IEP to help prepare your student for life after high school.

Register now!

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

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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 can provide complete transition assessment (including testing, community-based observation and coaching), consultation, planning, college selection and other support services, coordinated by Kelley Challen, Ed.M., CAS. Other members of our transition team include Neuropsychologist Jason McCormick, Psy.D.Sandy Storer, MSW and Transition Pioneer Marilyn Weber.

We are unique--and unmatched in this region--in the wealth of experience provided by our veteran staff, the breadth of their offerings, the in-depth approach that these embody and the positive outcomes they help to achieve.

Learn more HERE

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Massachusetts Rehabilitation Commission

2015 Annual Consumer Conference 

Building Lives, Building Careers

The Transition From High School to
Success in the Community

Presenters: Terri McLaughlin,
Transition Specialist/Advocate

Marilyn Weber, NESCA Transition Specialist 

NESCA's Marilyn Weber

When: Thursday, June 18, 2015

                   1125 Providence Highway (Rte. 1), Norwood, MA

Please note that attendance is by invitation only. Interested individuals should contact the MRC or their MRC Counselor.

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