TRANSITION SERVICES--SCHOOL TO POST-SCHOOL (USBE SER VII.B.)
Purpose: To ensure that all students with disabilities have available to them a free appropriate public education that emphasizes special education and related services designed to meet their unique needs and prepare them for further education, employment, and independent living.
Family to Family Network Workshop Series Hosted at South Valley School
Please Click on this Flier for the Family to Family network meetings topics and how to register
The meetings are held at South Valley School at 8400 S. Redwood Road from 7:00-8:30 PM
The dates are as follows:
Annual Agency Fair
The annual Agency Fair is a multi-district event for students with disabilities, parents, families, and educators to learn more about community agencies that provide support and services for students, especially as they prepare for post-high school education, employment and independent living. Agency representatives will be available to answer questions and offer information regarding many services such as: employment, family support programs, guardianship, independent living, transition programs, and much, much more.
The Agency Fair is co-sponsored by the Utah State Office of Education, Division of Services for People with Disabilities (DSPD), Salt Lake Community College, and the following School Districts: Canyons, Granite, Murray, Salt Lake City, and Jordan.
- Agency Fair 2018
ASPIRE is a project involving six states (Arizona, Colorado, Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, and Utah), and youth ages 14 to 16 who receive Supplemental Security Income (SSI). ASPIRE Utah is a project of the Utah State Office of Rehabilitation, and provides help to learn more about supports, resources, college and adult life, and services to find employment. ASPIRE is a study to compare services and supports to find out what works best for youth and families. Please click on the following link for more information about the ASPIRE Project:
- Contact Person: Carol Ruddell (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Next Vista for Learning: Videos about Careers
Next Vista for Learning hosts videos created by teachers and students for the purpose of sharing great information with other teachers and students.
Utah Higher Education Assistance Authority
The Utah Higher Education Assistance Authority (UHEAA) is a Utah state government agency and is part of the Utah System of Higher Education. The mission of the UHEAA is to guide families through the financing of higher education.
Utah Parent Center: Transition to Adult Life
The Utah Parent Center is sponsoring monthly, transition to adult life, mini-conferences. For information regarding the list of monthly topics, registration, meeting times, etc., please click on the following link:
Utah State Office of Education, Special Education Services: Transition Website
Utah State University - Aggies Elevated Program:
Aggies Elevated is a two-year certificate program at Utah State University designed to make the college experience accessible for students with intellectual and other developmental disabilities. This postsecondary program seeks to provide college students with learning opportunities leading to independence, employment, and career development. For more information about the Aggies Elevated Program, please click on the following link:
Vocational Rehabilitation Counselors: The Utah State Office of Rehabilitation provides transition services to eligible students with disabilities as they transition from school to adult life. The following Voc Rehab Counselors are available to consult with special education teams and students
|Scott Taylor 801.446.2583||Priscilla Griffin 801.446.2570||Victoria Smeltzer 801.446.2589||Elise Harward 801.446.2584||Hillari Pendergraft 801.957.8207||Jesus Moreno 801.446.2572||Julia Fox 801.957.8214|
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