Postsecondary Transition Plan: Life After School for Special Education Students (EDU762N)

Presented By: Lori Kirsch Goodwin , Esq., Hope N Kirsch , Esq.
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Event Details
  • Pre-recorded Webinar
  • 90 minutes
  • Wed, July 13, 2016
Event Description

Understand the Key Steps to Help Prepare Students with Disability Transition Out of High School

The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) provides eligible children with disabilities with a free public education and related services. Passed in 2004, the law was amended in 2015 to address qualifications of special ed teachers. “IDEA governs how states and public agencies provide early intervention, special education, and related services to more than 6.5 million eligible infants, toddlers, children, and youth with disabilities,” according to the U.S. Department of Education.

Join expert speakers Lori Kirsch Esq. and Hope N. Kirsch Esq., in this session, where you will learn the best practices for developing a post-secondary transition plan that completes the mission of the IDEA to prepare students with disabilities for further education, employment and independent living.

During the session Lori will provide you with tips on how to prepare students for life after high school, and how to assess the special education student for post-secondary transition needs. You will also have the opportunity to learn about the methods to write goals for the transition portion of the IEP.

Session Objectives

  • How to prepare students with disabilities to transition out of high school:
    • Why is transition important?
    • Turning 18
    • Transfer of rights
    • When to start thinking about transition
    • Who to involve in transition
    • What to consider
  • What to do when a student with disabilities is not ready to transition
    • Remaining in secondary school until age 21/22
    • Options of what to do in the super senior year(s) of high school
  • Options for students with disabilities after high school
    • Further education, employment, independent living
    • Resources
  • The school's obligations for transition
    • Transition planning and the IEP
  • From IEP to a 504
    • What resources are available if a student pursues further education?

Session Highlights

  • The legal obligations of schools
  • The resources available during and after high school for transitions
  • Effective transition assessments
  • How to develop the transition portion of the IEP and post-secondary goals
  • Options for when students turn 18 years old

Who should attend?

  • School administrators
  • Transition coordinators
  • Educational advocates
  • Parents of students with disabilities
  • High functioning special needs students in high school
  • School attorneys
  • School psychologists and counselors

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About Our Speaker(s)

Lori Kirsch Goodwin Esq.
Lori Kirsch-Goodwin is a special education attorney with Kirsch-Goodwin & Kirsch, PLLC, representing students with disabilities and their families throughout Arizona. For over 15 years, she has devoted her practice to obtaining appropriate educational service, supports and placements for students in schools, hospitals ... More info

 

Hope N Kirsch Esq.
Hope Kirsch is a 25+ year attorney with the law firm of Kirsch-Goodwin & Kirsch, PLLC, in Scottsdale, Arizona. She represents and advises students and their families throughout the state of Arizona in all school related matters and disputes, including IEPs, due process, discipline, bullying, and restraint and seclusion... More info