Please share this with any families that have middle school/high school students with Autism Spectrum Disorder. This sounds like a fantastic day of learning about helping young adults on the spectrum transition to adult health care and specialty services. And remember, this conference is FREE! See the information below:
You must register by May 10th. Click REGISTER HERE to register
We had a great zoom meeting today, and the recording will be added under the EVENTS tab, then under the 2018-2019 recordings. We discussed multiple considerations for possible services and supports that families may want to consider for their child(ren) as appropriate. Topics discussed were:
- Photo ID
- Guardianship or Power of Attorney
- Psychological Evaluations
- Waiver Services
- Iowa Vocational Rehabilitation Services
- Selective Service
There are so many resources available, and it is hard to know what possible some of the options are for families. Please share this PDF or connect them to the recording. And if you have any specific questions, please let us know!
The video of our zoom can be found under the EVENTS tab on our website; go to AEA Zooms 2018-2019 and scroll down to find the link to watch the recorded zoom. There may be helpful discussion included on that based on the attached PDF above.
Last month our transition zoom was on the importance of letting go and helping encourage (model) self-advocacy skills for our students. This is a critical life skill that needs to be embedded into our students’ each and every day, in order to help prepare them for life after high school. Be sure to help them develop these important skills!