The Transition IEP Checklist

The Transition IEP Checklist

21may12:00 pm1:00 pmThe Transition IEP Checklist12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Event Details

This training is designed for students who are nearing the transition age and their parents. During this training, they will learn about important transition and postsecondary terms, get tips on how to prepare for the transition IEP meeting, know what to expect in a transition IEP meeting, learn how to stay engaged and motivated throughout the transition process, and get access to self-advocacy tools and resources for students.

Join us as we present a new resource from WI FACETS, the Transition IEP Checklist.  Written to provide more detail on the transition section of our IEP Checklist, this stand-alone publication serves as an excellent resource for the transition process for students with disabilities who have IEPs.  This guide is intended for both parents and youth alike and provides organizational outlines and many transition resources.

During this training, transition-age students and their parents will learn important transition and postsecondary terms, tips on how to prepare for the transition IEP meeting, what to expect in a transition IEP meeting, how to stay engaged and motivated throughout the transition process, and self-advocacy tools and resources for students.

This training helps students and parents prepare for the transition to postsecondary education. It covers important terms, tips for the transition IEP meeting, how to stay motivated, and self-advocacy tools and resources.

Learning Objectives:

Important transition and postsecondary terms

Tips on how to prepare for the transition IEP meeting

Know what to expect in a transition IEP meeting

How to stay engaged and motivated throughout the transition process

Self-advocacy tools and resources for students

 

Presenter: Ann Zielke is new to the team at WI FACETS having joined as the Parent Training and Information Center Trainer in November. As a parent who understands firsthand the complexity of navigating the special education system in Wisconsin, she is passionate about the importance of accessible and informative parent education and training. She is a fierce advocate for her daughter and all children with disabilities, and she looks forward to serving families across the state with WI FACETS.

Time

(Tuesday) 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

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