How Do Students with Disabilities Achieve Success When School is Over? An Honest Dialogue and Strategies to Make it Work

April 24, 2012, 5:00 am to 7:30 am

Kennedy Krieger High School
3825 Greenspring Avenue
Bowles Board Room (Fourth Floor)
Baltimore, MD 21211

About the Event:

This presentation will review the challenges that students and families face as they prepare to leave the special education system and enter the adult world. The discussion will include strategies on how to plan ahead in order to get desired outcomes. This session will also include co-presenters (students and family members) who are participating in the transition process.

This event is a FREE training for parents, family members, and professionals.

About the Presenter:

Charles Durgin, MS, MSEd, is a graduate of SUNY-Albany (Special Education) and Johns Hopkins (Educational Studies). He works at the Kennedy Krieger Institute High School, focusing on transition, and is an adjunct professor at George Washington University.

Registration:

You must register prior to attending this event. To register, please visit the event web site.

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