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Transition 101: What We All Need to Know About Transition for Students with Significant Disabilities

This course is for high school personnel, special education and Office of Vocational Rehabilitation Counselors.

Credit is for EILA and CRC
Credit is NOT available for early care and education providers

Course developed by KentuckyWorks, funded by the US Administration on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities, Administration for Community Living.

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About this Course

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Photo Credit: Photo Credit: Kentucky Employment Files, Kristi – J. Barrett’s Hair School Nicholasville, KY

Course Funding

Development of this curriculum (or module, resource) was supported by a grant from the U.S. Administration on Disabilities, Administration on Community Living, (90DNEM0004-01-00), Project Officer:  Larissa Crossen. The contents do not necessarily represent the policy of the U.S. Administration on Community Living, and no assumption of endorsement by the Federal government should be made.

Course Content

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Lesson 1: Who are the students with the most significant disabilities in Kentucky?

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Lesson 2: What do we know about post-school outcomes for students with significant disabilities in Kentucky?

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Lesson 3: What is our state doing to change this picture?

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Lesson 4: What are the legal requirements in providing transition services for students with disabilities in Kentucky?

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Lesson 5: What are the new opportunities for students with significant disabilities under the Workforce Innovation and Opportunities Act (WIOA)?

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Lesson 6: Why is collaboration across Education, Vocational Rehabilitation, and our State Developmental Disability Agency so important if students with significant disabilities are to succeed?

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Lesson 7: How are supported employment and customized employment differentiated from regular competitive employment?

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Course Evaluation

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