Curious on how to transition students with disabilities? These resources may help. 

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Here is a great resource to help you transition your student and/or child. This is       from New Hampshire, so please use as a resource as your state may requiredifferent criteria. 
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Transition Checklist

by Victoria Huey

Here is a great checklist to help with creating goals and objectives tailored to your student's needs. 
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This is an awesome presentation about secondary transition. I found it on edresourcesOhio.org
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This resource is from Parent Center Hub webpage. This page explains how to tie your transition goals to the IEP. 
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This article gives the definition of tiered interventions along with implementation at the middle and high school levels. 
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This Info Brief introduces families, including families of youth with disabilities, to a new way of looking at career development for youth. This brief discusses the three phases of career development, highlights Individualized Learning Plans as a tool for facilitating the career development process, and offers strategies on how families can be involved.
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This resource page will connect IEP teams with organizations and articles that can help team members tackle the education/training question during transition planning.
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A great resource to help a student with disabilities who plan to enter the collegiate world. 
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