Transition Planning & Services

Wednesday, March 7, 2018 -
12:00pm to 1:00pm

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What does transition planning mean?  Transition planning is simply assisting students with disabilities and their families plan for life after they graduate from high school.  Thinking about future employment, post-secondary education and independent living are key to designing a good transition plan.  Throughout this webinar, the Transition Improvement Grant (TIG) staff will discuss the components to creating a transition plan, developing measurable post-secondary goals, transition assessment, course of study, transition services, and outside agencies.  


Pam Jenson - Transition Improvement Project Grant (TIG) Coordinator and works for CESA 2.  She graduated from U.W.-Stout with a Bachelors Degree followed by a Masters in Vocational Rehabilitation minoring in Vocational Counseling and Assessment.  For over 20 years Pam has worked with individuals with disabilities in various transitional capacities including residential, case management, school to post-secondary options, and vocational evaluation and training environments.

Brian Kenney -  Southern Region Coordinator for the Transition Improvement Grant, CESA 3, graduated from Marquette University with a BA in Psychology and Criminal Justice. He also received a BA in Social Work from Upper Iowa University, followed by a Masters degree in Education from UW Steven’s Point. He completed 12 years of military service in the Wisconsin Air National Guard, USAF Reserves and Wisconsin Army National Guard. He is certified as a Cross-Categorical teacher - grades 6-12. Brian taught special education for 14 years and he is currently part of the Transition Improvement Grant Team as the Southern Region Coordinator working with CESA's 2 & 3.

Workshop Registration Form

Workshop Registration Form

Registration is required for all WI FACETS–sponsored workshops. You may use the form below to register or you may register by contacting Sandra McFarland at 877-374-0511. If you use the form, please make sure to include the title and date of the event you are registering for.

All WI FACETS-sponsored workshops are free.  Requests for any special accommodations must be made at least two weeks prior to the event. Please list any accommodations requested in the “Special Request” box below.