Transition Planning for Youth: Medical Home, Post Secondary Education; Employment Options, Estate Planning, Alternatives to Guardianship, School Issues
Free To Be Me is a transition-focused workshop for young adults with disabilities (12 years+) and their parent(s)/guardian(s). The parent(s)/guardian(s) and young adult attend the learning sessions together to develop a transition plan which includes the school transition process, life goals, employment goals, self-determination skills and self advocacy development. Parent(s)/guardian(s) will also learn about alternatives to guardianship and how to encourage and support their young adult’s independence. Elizabeth Allen of Family Connection of SC is presenting.
Registration: RSVP to Elizabeth Allen [email protected]