The two links below are new resources from the Center on Secondary Education for Students with Autism (CSESA). The resources are the first two in an anticipated series from the center and are designed for students with conversational speech and for those supporting students with more significant communication needs:
Building a Bridge From School to Adult Life for Young Adults with Disabilities in Idaho
A manual developed by Idaho Parents Unlimited to help develop post school goals and transition activities.
Idaho Department of Health and Welfare Transition Website
Kits are available for youth with special health care needs ages 12-15, 16-18, and 18 and up, along with Parent Companion Guides. These kits assist youth in ensuring their health needs are focused on as part of transitioning to adulthood.
The Idaho Department of Health and Welfare's Transition Website can be accessed here: Idaho Department of Health and Welfare Transition to Adulthood
Click here to see IPUL's two part video created by and for youth volunteers with special health care needs in transition to adulthood.
Employment Information from the State Independent Living Council's Able to Work Program:
Growing Employment Opportunities for People with Disabilities - Able to Work