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Subject: 5th Annual Transition Summit

Source: John Stains, Supervisor, Effective Practices

Intended Audience: Administrators, Special Education Directors and Teachers, Parents, anyone who works with transitional services

Date: October 8, 2013

MPACT, Missouri's parent training and information center that serves parents of children with all disabilities, is hosting the 5th Annual Transition Summit.  This one-day Summit is designed for students who have disabilities, special education transition personnel, student teams, family members, case managers, VR counselors, and Centers for Independent Living personnel.  The 5th Annual Transition Summit will be held at the Truman State Office Building, 301 West High Street, Jefferson City, MO, on October 24, 2013.  Summit sessions are focused on preparing youth for transition to postsecondary education, employment, independent living, and community experiences.  The Summit is free for students and also to parents and/or professionals who attend with transition-aged students.  Presenters include Governor's Council on Disability, Department of Elementary and Secondary Education, Department of Mental Health, Missouri Vocational Rehabilitation, MOAHEAD, Office of Civil Rights, Missouri Assistive Technology Center, On My Own Center for Independent Living, Missouri Inclusive Housing, Missouri Youth Leadership Forum alumni, and MPACT staff.  Lunch is included for students and those attending with them.

Sessions include:

·       Student Led IEPs

·       Self-Determination

·       VR Basics 101

·       SSI, Ticket to Work and Pass Plan

·       Skill Building for Employment

·       Independent Living Center’s Core Services

·       Workforce Investment Youth Programs

·       Preparing for College

·       Assistive Technology

Additional information including online registration is available at http://www.ptimpact.org/.  For questions, please contact MPACT at info@ptimpact.org or by phone at 800-743-7634 or 816-531-7070.