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    Under Federal law, transition planning starts  by the time your child turns 16  ( in Kansas, it's age 14). Transition Planning helps kids with IEPs prepare for life after high school. That can include going to college, entering the work force, exploring options, or just working on developing  social, life and indendent living skills.  


     

    HOW YOU CAN HELP YOUR CHILD:

          ♣ Be present and take an active role in your child's IEP process

          ♣ Know your rights

          ♣ Start helping your student early to identify their interest, strenghths, weaknesses, etc,.

          ♣ Help your child to understand their disability.

          ♣ Encrouage them to advocate for what they need as early as possible. 

          ♣ Ensure that your child is provided with the highest academic challenge that they can handle. 

     

    AGENCIES THAT WE WORK WITH TO OBTAIN SERVICES: 

        

     

    Pre-employment services

    Sedgwick County Developmental Disability Organization

    Vocational Rehabilitation Services Brochure

    Workforce Alliance  

    SCDDO ID/DD Eligibility

    SCDDO Intake Form

    EDK Brochure

    Pre-Ets Flyer  

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