Becoming a Better Self Advocate through the Stages of Transition
Registration Link: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/923624263685198608
This webinar will focus on identifying exactly what self-advocacy and self-determination are, and why it is so important for youth with IEPs in the transition planning process. Participants will take a dive into the TIG Self-Advocacy Suite of resources and walk away with an understanding of how to begin utilizing those tools with youth in order to increase self-advocacy through the stages of transition.
- Participants will identify the importance of self-advocacy through the stages of transition planning.
- Participants will develop knowledge of available resources for promoting self-advocacy throughout the transition process.
- Participants will identify one resource or tool that they can utilize with their youth to increase self-advocacy.
Amanda Jones is the Transition Improvement Grant (TIG) Southeastern Regional Coordinator. Amanda graduated from UW-Whitewater with a Bachelor's in Special Education and obtained her Master's in Educational Leadership from Edgewood College. Prior to joining TIG, Amanda taught student's with IEPs for 7 years and was a special education and pupil services administrator for an additional 5 years, where her passion for transition grew. Amanda's professional goal has always been to provide expertise and support that is student-centered in a manner that is collaborative and equitable.
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