Leaving High School: Long Last Looks Must End...Transition Planning for Older Youth with Disabilities
Join members of the legal team at Drummond Woodsum as they take a close look at legal issues that schools face for older students with disabilities as they approach the end of their high school years. The presenters will take a deep dive into the legal issues surrounding the development of transition programming and the delivery of transition services that loom large in special education. This fast-paced presentation will cover the following topics:
- Transition planning and programming
- Preparing for student graduation – meetings, consent, credits, diplomas, participation in graduation ceremonies, and more
- Compensatory education orders for graduates
- Transfer of student rights – guardianship, power of attorney, and supported decision making
- Will the age of eligibility expand from 21 to 22?
- Drafting summaries of performance
- Due Process implications of serving older students
Drummond Woodsum Special Education Team
$150.00 Per Person
Location: This session will be conducted via Zoom. Based on any developing COVID-19 restrictions NHASEA reserves the right to pivot all professional learning opportunities to a remote platform.
Who Should ATTEND?
Transition Coordinators, High School Principals and Assistant Principals, High School Special Education Teachers, Job Coaches, Special Education Administrators, Guidance Counselors, Out of District Coordinators and Other Professionals Working with Transition from High School
Session Date and Time:
February 11, 2022 - 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. - Remote
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