The mission of the Transition CA website is to promote and support successful transition to employment, independent living and quality life for individuals with disabilities, including those with significant disabilities. Website users are encouraged to explore all Transition CA sections and topics.
This website includes transition resources (information sheets, tip-sheets, research articles, charts and videos) that will provide information on education, employment, independent living, and related topics. These materials have been sent and approved by transition practioners, families and individuals with disabilities. Please download documents and/or access the websites indicated. It is hoped that these resources will assist individuals with a wide range of disabilities, their families and those who support them, as they prepare to become self-sufficient adults living a quality life.
The Transition CA website is supported through the Thompson Policy Institute on Disability at Chapman University.
Transition – A Conversation with Parents
Under the 2020 California State Budget Act, Senate Bill 74, the Sacramento County Office of Education (SCOE), in partnership with the California Department of Education (CDE), convened two workgroups charged with providing recommendations to state policy-makers aimed at improving opportunities and outcomes for California’s students with disabilities. The final reports for both the IEP and Alternative Pathways Workgroups have been published. To access the reports, please click on the links below:
The Individualized Education Program (IEP) Workgroup Report
The Alternative Pathways to a High School Diploma (AP) Workgroup Report
Wednesday, November 17
3:00 – 4:30 p.m.
Please join the Thompson Policy Institute on Disability for an informative virtual workshop about Person Driven Planning (PDP). The workshop will showcase how to utilize Person Driven Planning to address an individual's hopes and dreams. International experts on transition services - Richard Rosenberg, Ph.D. and Linda O'Neal, M.A. - will be leading the workshop. The workshop will cover agencies, mobility, education, recreation, work, and home life in Person Driven Planning. There will be time for questions and answers at the end of the workshop. The workshop is designed as a follow-up to the Transition Services breakout session during the 2021 Summit on DisAbility and Inclusion.
The workshop is FREE to attend, but registration is required. To register, please visit https://tickets.chapman.edu/online/article/pdp-workshop.
Accessibility - Live closed captioning, ASL and Spanish interpreters will be provided. Please email email@example.com to request additional language interpreters or any other accommodations.
Richard Rosenberg, Ph.D.
Linda O’Neal, M.A.
Janis White, Ed.D.
Stacy Eldred, Doctoral Graduate Research Assistant
Rachel Wiegand, Doctoral Graduate Research Assistant
Cristina Giannantonio, Ph.D.
Amy-Jane Griffiths, Ph.D.
Amy E. Hurley-Hanson, Ph.D.
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