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Preparing Students With Disabilities for College and Career: Transition Strategies That Work

Price: $250.00


Presented by Vincent J. Varrassi, MA, LDT-C

The rate at which students with disabilities complete college and obtain meaningful postsecondary employment is staggeringly low. One of the biggest reasons is inadequate preparation for how radically different life after high school will be. Reverse the trend for your students with guidance from Vincent Varrassi.

You and your staff learn practical and supportive transition planning strategies to help students with disabilities self-advocate, improve executive functioning, strengthen resiliency and exhibit positive habits of mind to achieve postsecondary success.

In this 90-minute recorded audio seminar, your school team discovers how to:

  • Help parents and students understand the real and difficult challenges that exist after high school
  • Offer meaningful activities to prepare students with disabilities who are planning to attend college
  • Provide students with experiences that foster problem-solving skills
  • Help students develop a realistic sense of “self” and self-advocacy skills
  • And more!

(2014. CD. 90 min. Product Code: 3801.103014. S/H: $5.50)

(Printed materials included. CDs must be prepaid. No returns on CDs.)

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