In preparing a young person with disability or special needs and their families for adulthood, they get information and paperwork from many sources. Participants of this FREE workshop will be provided tools to prepare for transition, to organize their most important information in a central place and to prepare for them to find and share key information with others who are part of their care team.
The seminar will include information such as transition checklist and other useful tools. Providers and families alike will benefit from this workshop as they receive all documents to maintain transition care notebooks on a CD to take home for future updating. One cannot begin early enough to prepare from transition to adulthood.
DSACO will be hosting this seminar on October, 17 at 6 p.m. at the DSACO office. This seminar will be taught by Heather Pike of the Oklahoma Family Network.
Participants at this FREE workshop will learn information regarding resource agencies and organizations who encourage families and students through an effective secondary transition and support the efforts of staff empowering young and families to adulthood.
This seminar will take place at the DSACO office on January 30 at 6 p.m. and will be taught by Heather Pike of the Oklahoma Family Network.
This FREE training is designed to train family members of children with disabilities and special needs to organize and reflect their personal experiences in a way that is meaningful to their audience. This training will address the organization and sharing of personal information in story form to promote awareness and sensitivity to issues that family members face in their lives.
This seminar will take place at the DSACO office on February 6 at 6 p.m. and will be taught by Heather Pike of the Oklahoma Family Network.