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- Healthy and Ready to Work National Resource Center
Links to over a dozen publications and resources on transition planning are available for families and professionals at this federally funded website. The site is focused on helping young people with disabilities stay healthy and make the transition from school to employment.
- Planning for Life After Special Education in Massachusetts
This Transition Services Online Manual is written for parents and students who are advocating for better transition services, including social, vocational and independent living skills. It is written in an easy-to-understand format but also contains “Endnotes” and an Appendix at the end of the Manual with legal information for attorneys and experienced advocates. The Manual was edited by the Disability Law Center (DLC), in partnership with the Federation for Children with Special Needs, the Institute for Community Inclusion, and Mass. Advocates for Children. It was written by the Northeastern University School of Law Legal Skills in Social Context program.
TACLE materials available to download:
(these are resources for human services providers who work with people with disabilities and elders)