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The transition into adulthood is a major step in a young person's life. Parents of a young adult with a disability often describe leaving high school as jumping off a cliff into the unknown. But there are things parents can do to prepare for the future which will make a tremendous difference in a young person's life.
Designed for parents with a child transitioning out of high school, this new toolkit provides critical concepts and resources that can help your son or daughter be prepared for this transition. The toolkit includes an action guide, two webcasts and a tipsheet for families.
Register here to be updated on the launch of the Transitioning Out of High School Toolkit and other new Planning Network resources and webcasts.