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Transitioning into The Real World

Figuring out what path is right after high school can be difficult. Do you go to college, go to a trade school, or go directly into work? Come join some of The Florida Youth Council Members as they share what went well, what went poorly, and how they became more independent. They will share advice and ideas on how to take care of yourself.

Transitioning into The Real World

Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Vocational Rehabilitation Services

Come and learn about the many services VR has to offer eligible youth and/or adults who are interested in developing a meaningful career. This session will provide participants with the opportunity to learn about the many services and supports available through VR. Services are individually designed and may include vocational evaluation and planning, job placement, assistive technology, training and education, as well as other necessary services all designed to promote successful employment outcomes.

Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Vocational Rehabilitation Services

Accessing Resources and Understanding Systems

Presented by an Early Steps Family Resource Specialist, this workshop will help parents who have children birth to five years old get a jumpstart on finding and accessing resources in their local community and beyond. We will also share personal experiences and thinking ‘outside of the box’ with how systems work (Early Intervention, IDEA, Insurance, SSI, etc.) and making the system work to benefit you and your family. Our experience comes from walking the path a few steps ahead of you and
sharing our stories.

Accessing Resources and Understanding Systems

Keeping the Behaviorally Challenged Student in School Learning

Students with challenging behavior spend more time out of the classroom missing out on important instructional time. Many students are suspended for manifestations of their disability and the function of their behavior is often misunderstood. This presentation will focus on the student’s behavior, and when to request a Functional Behavior Assessment and Positive Behavior Intervention Plan. Also covered will be restraint and seclusion and how to keep your child safe.

Keeping the Behaviorally Challenged Student in School Learning

The Exceptional Education State Advisory Committee - What is it and How Can it Provide Information

The Individuals with Disabilities Education Improvement Act (IDEA) of 2004 requires that states establish and maintain an advisory committee for the purpose of providing policy guidance with special education and related services for children with disabilities in the state. Please join us to learn more about the State Advisory Committee (SAC) and how you can provide input to your representatives.

The Exceptional Education State Advisory Committee - What is it and How Can it Provide Information

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