The Transition Resources for Addressing Individualized Needs (TRAIN) resources will provide you with a compiled list of ready-to-use and extendable resources from NTACT, Transition Coalition, and TransCen.
This tip sheet informs students over 18 of their rights to continue their education in high school, with options of attending general high
Disability accommodations for Mental Health Conditions.
FDIC’s resources support financial education and access to safe accounts for youth in employment programs.
Updated list of companies with openings that hire remote employees who work from home.
Central source of information and support for the Partnerships in Employment state projects.
Tips for selecting assistive technology for young adults.
Using the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) to enhance education in juvenile justice facilities.
Career development resources and examples of implementation for an expanded range of ages.
Explains the transition process in family friendly language for self-advocates and their parents.
Family-friendly language provides tips for ACCES-VR eligible youth and their parents to develop an employment or continuing education plan.
Apply for Federal jobs using a special hiring authority known as “Schedule A” for students with disabilities.
Tips for students with disabilities on getting federal jobs.
Although this factsheet from PEATC has state specific resources, there is good information for all families and self-advocates.
In the series of four videos below, you can explore Student Involvement in the IEP process utilizing three of the I’m Determined Tools: The One-Pager, Good Day Plan, and Goal Plan.