Quick tip sheet from Got Transition talks to youth and young adults who are turning 18 and need to realize that though it may not make them feel any different, legally, it means they are adults.
This step-by-step guide provides an overview of tools and strategies for executive function skills used in the work place such as time management, motivation, following directions, organizing work space and information, remembering appointments and tasks, and focus and attention.
Many free and low-cost mobile apps are available to support transition-age youth with disabilities as they embark on their journey towards post-secondary education, job training, employment, and independent living.
List of links that will help you find resources for employment, college, and government benefits agencies in any state to which you may move.
Join us for our next statewide webinar on May 14 @ 12:15 p.m. CDT as Aracely Olmeda shares her transition story, from becoming empowered to lead her own ARDs to making person-centered decisions. Aracely will also discuss various options and resources available for youth with disabilities who are transitioning from high school into adult life, including postsecondary options in Texas.
Families and friends can play an important role helping those with disabilities plan for employment and find a job that is a good fit.