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NEW RESOURCE: Transition Programming Beyond Age 18

JUST RELEASED:  PTP 2.0 Guidance Video

UPDATED RESOURCE: TIG is excited to announce that there are now additional versions of self-advocacy assessments available! To learn more about these comprehensive self-advocacy assessments, please watch the Self-Advocacy Suite Showcase Video #7 – Utilizing the Student Self-Assessment.

Transition Partners

Transition partnerships are an important aspect of successful transition planning.  Below you will find several links to national and statewide partners.  These partners can assist youth, family members and educators in increasing post school outcomes for students with disabilities.

Youth Rules:

Wisconsin Department of Health Services:

DHS Employment Initiatives:

Comprehensive Community Services (CCS):

Services for Children with Delays or Disabilities:

Medicaid Home Page:

Wisconsin Board for People with Developmental Disabilities:

Supported Decision Making Resources:

Health Care Toolkit and other publications

Let’s Get to Work:

Children and Youth with Special Health Care Needs:

Wisconsin Technical College System:

Dual Enrollment and Disability Services:

University of Wisconsin System:

Wisconsin Family Assistance Center for Education, Training & Support:

Wisconsin Statewide Parent-Educator Initiative:
Statewide Community Resource Directories: