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Transition, Work, College, and Independent Living Resources
- I'm Old Enough to Remember When Transition from School to Work was Called Graduation - Joe Marrone PowerPoint (PDF)
- Person-Centered Planning for the Millennium - Joe Marrone Booklet (PDF)
- AT and Accommodations in Post-Secondary Education, Supporting Successful Transition Webinar - Center on Technology & Disability - (Website)
- Graduation Requirements - Melissa Glover PowerPoint (PDF)
- Supported employment for Individuals with Intellectual and Development Disabilities - ODDS (Website)
- PSU Focal Point: Serving Youth with Psychiatric Disabilities in Public Vocational Rehabilitation Newsletter (PDF)
- Keynote Presentation: Discovery: Finding the Direction to Facilitate Successful Employment - Michael Callahan PowerPoint (PDF)
- Work Experience as Expanded Discovery - Michael Callahan PowerPoint (PDF)
When a child turns 18, he or she becomes a fully independent adult with important choices to make in the areas of health, education, finances, and residential living. A number of options exist to help adults who have disabilities or other special health care needs with decision-making, including power of attorney, health care representation, and varying levels of guardianship.
- Supported Decision-Making Project (Website)
- Guardianship Alternatives and Options for Supported Decision Making (PDF)
- Alternatives to Guardianship: Supported Decision-Making Agreements (PDF)
Resources & Handouts from Building the Foundation Workshop (Joe Wykowski, Community Vision)