Register Now for the 15th Annual Transition Summit

Registration is open for the 15th Annual Transition Summit on Monday, November 15, 2021, from 8:30 am – 3:30 pm. This year’s event will be ONLINE in order to safeguard access for the largest possible audience. Go to Transition Summit information page Please register by the registration deadline of November 12.  This year you will… Continue reading: Register Now for the 15th Annual Transition Summit

2021 Educational Series from the NH Transition Community of Practice

The NH Transition Community of Practice is offering a free Educational Series this winter and spring. On the first Thursday of each month, as part of its regular meeting, the NHCOP will sponsor a presentation from an organization or agency involved with transition. Attendees are welcome to stay for an optional second hour of general… Continue reading: 2021 Educational Series from the NH Transition Community of Practice

UNH-4U Bridges to College and Career

Tune in to the NH Transition Community of Practice meeting Thursday, May 6 at 9 am for a presentation on a new program, UNH-4U Bridges to College and Career, with Jenna Riley and Tobey Partch-Davies from UNH-4U and UNH IOD Granite State Transition Programs for Students with Disabilities. Zoom Link. Presentation at 9 am, resource sharing… Continue reading: UNH-4U Bridges to College and Career

Family-to-Family Chats on Transition in December and January

The Parent Information Center (PIC) and NH Family Voices are hosting a series of free online Family Chats this year, called Time for Transition. Registration is limited to 15 families to keep the numbers low enough for good conversation. The next ones are: Dec 9, 2020, 3:30-4:30 pm,  Understanding Pre-Employment Transition Services for Students, with… Continue reading: Family-to-Family Chats on Transition in December and January

Transition Summit Registration is Open!

The New Hampshire Transition Community of Practice is pleased to invite you to the 14th annual statewide conference for training, collaboration, networking, and information that focuses exclusively on the transition-to-life-after-high-school of students with disabilities. The Transition Summit is 100% online this year to provide safe access for the largest possible audience, with an added emphasis… Continue reading: Transition Summit Registration is Open!

Transition Chats, Family to Family

The Parent Information Center (PIC) is hosting monthly Transition Chats via Zoom. The chats are open to all families throughout the state. However, registration is limited to 15 households. and there will be a waiting list once each one fills up. Click the links for more details, including registration. Time for Transition: How Transition Assessments are… Continue reading: Transition Chats, Family to Family

Save the Date! 14th Annual Transition Summit, November 16, 2020. Fully Online.

The annual Transition Summit is organized by the New Hampshire Transition Community of Practice. It is the only statewide conference for high-quality professional development on the practices that achieve the best outcomes for youth with disabilities as they transition from high school to post-secondary education, employment, and independent living. This will be our 14th year… Continue reading: Save the Date! 14th Annual Transition Summit, November 16, 2020. Fully Online.

NH Transition COP Educational Series 2020

Updated Oct 6, 2020 The NH Transition Community of Practice offered an educational series as part of the monthly meetings in the winter and spring of 2020. See below for webinar recordings and materials (not available for all presentations.) 2020 Winter/Spring Schedule of COP meetings with online workshops (PDF) January 2: Transition Planning. Presenters: Heidi… Continue reading: NH Transition COP Educational Series 2020

Helping Families Cope with Remote Learning

With schools across the country closed, parents are searching for reliable, easy-to-understand resources to support learning at home. Here are a few recommended sites. The IRIS Center at Vanderbilt University has created a free training module for families, Parents: Supporting Learning During the COVID-19 Pandemic, that offers practical tools and easy-to-implement strategies. Teenagers need structure and… Continue reading: Helping Families Cope with Remote Learning

Free Online Professional Development from Iris Center

The IRIS center at Vanderbilt University develops free online resources to support all learners, especially struggling learners and those with disabilities. Transition resources include eight training modules, 38 information briefs, and 19 video vignettes! Among the eight secondary transition training modules are: School Counselors: Facilitating Transitions for Students with Disabilities from High School to Post-School… Continue reading: Free Online Professional Development from Iris Center