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The transition from school to young adulthood can be incredibly stressful. Even students who are receiving excellent services still sometimes need transition support.

We offer a variety of free programs and resources that help students and families explore options from colleges to alternative learning programs, to gap years, apprenticeships and services.

Resources for College and Career Decisions

There are a lot of factors to consider when deciding on a school or career program. We have collected several resources to help you research your options and plan your next steps, from aptitude tests to college guides specifically designed for students with learning differences.

Learn more about assessment tools, career research and college research.

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Financing & Money Management Resources

Financing a career or postsecondary education can be a confusing, daunting prospect for families and students facing the transition from high school.

In addition to presenting at our workshops, experts have shared many resources with us to help families understand financial planning and options available when planning for the transition from high school.

Learn more about financial education, credit and ABLE accounts.

Supports & Accommodation Resources

Once you’ve entered college or a career training program, what accommodations are available to you?

Learn more about support after high school.

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Advocacy and Support Organizations

From the Learning Disabilities Association of America to the National Alliance on Mental Illness, there are many great organizations who advocate for and support students and families with special needs.

Learn more about advocacy and support organizations.

Resources for Educators & Advocates

Are you an educator or advocate looking to help a student or family?

Learn more about resources for educators and advocates.