Fall Newsletter: High School Transition



A young man with Down syndrome carries a bag as he walks along a street.

Make the most of the support your family member has during these school years
to focus on building independent living skills, employment opportunities, and connections to your community.

Because school-related activities and K-12 education services end after age 21, it is important to learn as much as you can about the road ahead so that you can prepare your family member for a full life after school.

In this special edition newsletter, we offer information and resources to help you do all this, and more, as your family member moves through high school transition years to life as an adult.

Fall Special Edition Newsletter (PDF)



2018

News

Updated on Oct/01/2018


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