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Resources for transition-age youth with disabilities: A PowerPoint and Website link

Project (M.S., Counseling (Vocational Rehabilitation)) -- California State University, Sacramento, 2014.

The purpose of this project was to create a PowerPoint presentation and website link that would benefit educators, parents, and transition-age youth with disabilities. The problem this author identified is that transition-age youth with disabilities not only neglect planning for or thinking about post-secondary education or employment while in high school, but they are also unaware of and do not have access to the various organizations, services, and options they have at their disposal. The research sources for the development of this project included peer reviewed journals, books, information from relevant websites, personal communication, and Masters Projects from California State University, Sacramento (CSUS) Vocational Rehabilitation graduate students. A PowerPoint presentation and a website link on the Placer County Network of Care website was developed to help better prepare transition-age youth with disabilities for their lives after high school.

The purpose of this project was to create a PowerPoint presentation and website link that would benefit educators, parents, and transition-age youth with disabilities. The problem this author identified is that transition-age youth with disabilities not only neglect planning for or thinking about post-secondary education or employment while in high school, but they are also unaware of and do not have access to the various organizations, services, and options they have at their disposal. The research sources for the development of this project included peer reviewed journals, books, information from relevant websites, personal communication, and Masters Projects from California State University, Sacramento (CSUS) Vocational Rehabilitation graduate students. A PowerPoint presentation and a website link on the Placer County Network of Care website was developed to help better prepare transition-age youth with disabilities for their lives after high school.

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