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 on relating our sessions to transition in a Covid-19 environment.

The registration fee of $25 includes a keynote session and three spotlight sessions. Sessions will be one hour long with 30-minute breaks between each one. There will be networking and information sharing opportunities throughout the day.

Information and registration

Registration and payment arranegments must be made in advance. CEUs will be available from Keene State College. Please indicate interest in CEUs on the registration form. Please let us know in the registration if you need accommodations for communication access (such as interpreters, CART (captioning), assistive listening devices or other auxiliary aids and/or services).

Contact event chair Heidi Wyman with questions, or it you are interested in sponsorship and vendor opportunities.


7:30 – 8:30 am Check-in, orientation, and welcome

8:30 am  Keynote. Stories of Success: Insights into Wraparound and Transition. A panel discussion with Youth M.O.V.E., NAMI NH, NFI North and Institute on Disability/UCED.

9:30 am Break

10:oo am Spotlight session

11:00 am Break

11:30 am Spotlight session

12:30 pm Break

1:00 pm Spotlight session

2:00 -3:00 pm Networking and check-out

Spotlight sessions

  • “Is Guardianship the ONLY Option?” Understanding supported decision-making
  • Transition from Special Education to the Adult Developmental Services System: A refresher and discussion of the Bureau of Developmental Services He-M 503 Rule revision regarding eligibility and the process of providing services
  • Indicator 13: Secondary transition federal compliance monitoring – what IEP teams need to know
  • Mental Health, Transition and the IEP: Identification of supports and services to assist students plan for life after high school
  • Video Gamers and Transferable Skills: Using career counseling interventions to assist gamers in discovering and developing essential life skills
  • The Last Window: Assisting people with disabilities to have valued social roles in the community
  • Using the TRAQ (Transition Readiness Assessment) Survey to Build Self-Advocacy Skills
  • Using Pre-Employment Transition Services to Prepare Students for Life After High School
  • The UNH-4U Model and Building Capacity for Inclusive Higher Education in New Hampshire
  • Engaging Families in Transition
  • Charting the Life Course Framework Overview (Part 1 of 2)
  • Applying Charting the Life Course to High School Transition Planning (Part 2 of 2)
  • Exploring the Infinite Potential Among New Hampshire’s Blind and Vision-Impaired Youth and Student Community: Practical approaches to building solid foundations
  • Then, Now and Tomorrow: Systems of Care in NH; A NH children’s mental health overview
  • ELOs and Transition