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Answers 4 Families -Transition to Adulthood Timeline: Specifically for Nebraskans

Caring 4 Our Kids

We are a  group of parents who have children on the Autism Spectrum or who suffer from inflammatory diseases such as Chronic Fatigue Syndrome or Fibromyalgia. Recent studies suggest a link between these conditions.  We each know how overwhelming it can be when your child is first diagnosed.  As well, we understand the daily struggle as well as the joys of raising these very special children.  We have come together to curate and create resources that have been helpful to us in the hopes that these will help other parents struggling to care for and to help their children thrive.

CEC’s DCDT FAST FACTS: Parental Involvement – Prepared by the DCDT Publications Committee (Division on Career Development and Transition)
Life After IEPs – Transition resources designed for families of students with disabilities
National Longitudinal Transition Study2 –links to programs and research related to special education and disability issues

Montana Parent’s Handbook on Transition: What Happens After High School

National Parent Center on Transition and Employment (PACER)

National Parent Technical Assistance Center – provides Parent Centers with innovative technical assistance, up-to-date information, and high quality resources and materials.

National Secondary Transition Technical Assistance Center

Resources for Students and Parents – Association on Higher Education and Disability (AHEAD)

Technical Assistance on Transition and the Rehabilitation Act (TATRA) – provides information and training on transition planning, the adult service syste, and strategies that prepare youth for successful employment, postsecondary education, and independent living outcomes.

Think College! for Families – Resources for families of students with intellectual disabilities
Utah Parent Center – The mission of the Utah Parent Center (UPC or Center) is to help parents help their children, youth and young adults with all disabilities to live included, productive lives as members of the community

Virtual Directory of Independent Living Centers in the U.S.

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