A series of brief webinars spotlighting transition planning tools and resources
The Transition from School to Adult Life is an ongoing journey. Youth with complex and unique needs often require teams to have access to a variety of tools, resources, and people to plan and prepare for the future.
This series is designed to enhance the transition process and practices of County Board of Developmental Disabilities School transition staff as they plan The Journey with youth, families and agency partners.
The Journey - Resource Sharing Webinars
Spotlighting Tools and Resources for Youth with Complex Support Needs. These webinars are designed for teams assisting youth with complex support needs and their families. Webinars are designed to enhance the practices of transition teams as they support youth and families to navigate the process of their own journey to adulthood.
View Recorded Journey Webinars
”What I Wish I Knew Then”: Parent Perspective Following High School
May 17, 2021
Parents of young adults with complex support needs offer insights and considerations after experiencing life after high school. This panel discussion is an authentic dialogue providing educators, SSAs, OOD counselors, families and others awareness of what was most helpful during the school years and what else might have been more helpful in order to prepare for the future.
Trauma and Youth with Complex Needs
April 19, 2021
Youth with complex support needs often experience high levels of trauma that may not be easily recognized. This webinar will review the source of trauma that many youth with complex needs will encounter, potential impact of the trauma and resources to assist to support the youth and family.
Assistive Technology and Youth with Complex Support Needs: Resources and Considerations
March 22, 2021
Ever wonder if the students you support could benefit from AT? Do you have a student who uses AT currently or used AT in the past and it no longer seems to provide the needed support? This webinar will provide an overview of AT with a focus on transition age students with the most complex needs. Resources will be provided to expand your knowledge on how to consider, assess, and implement AT. Participants will also learn about a free AT virtual training program and other opportunities provided specifically for Ohio county board of developmental disability staff by the AT&AEM Center, funded by the Ohio Developmental Disabilities Council under the Developmental Disabilities Assistance and Bill of Rights Act.