Transition Expo - Saturday, November 6, 2021

Hosted by the Ingham ISD Special Education Parent Advisory Committee

SATURDAY, November 6, 2021

Community Partner resources for the 9th Annual Transition Expo will be available throughout the 2021-22 school year.

WHY EXPLORE TRANSITION EXPO RESOURCES?

To engage students in learning to pursue their post school visions
To engage families in the transition process with their young adult
To meet community partners and different community agencies
To learn together outside an IEP team meeting

WHO SHOULD ATTEND? 

Students in grades 6-12+, family members, teachers, transition coaches, and anyone else in the Ingham, Eaton and Clinton communities who are interested.

For more information or to be a participating partner at the 9th Annual Transition Expo, call 517.244.1298 or email Leanne Minshall

Video Transcript

Capital Area College Access Network (CapCAN)

"Know How to Go: Take Your IEP to College" - Michele Strasz, Capital Area College Access Network and Amanda Preston, Center for Student Access, Lansing Community College

Contact Michele Strasz for more information or to schedule a classroom presentation........WAITING FOR MICHELE'S INFO***

Disability Network Capital Area

"Disability Network Capital Area Programs for Students" - Jean Harris and
"Basic Social Security" - Phil Kozachik, Disability Network Capital Area

OBTAIN BLURB ABOUT CONTACTING FOR MORE INFORMATION****

Lansing Community College - Center for Student Access

ANDREW GEORGE WORKING ON PRESENTATION****

Support for students with disabilities at Lansing Community College

Contact:

Email: lcc-accessibility@lcc.edu

Phone: 517.483.5323

Mid-Michigan Autism Association

Video DocumentMid-Michigan Autism Association

The Mid-Michigan Autism Association (MMAA) is made up of local people working to improve the quality of life for individuals and families living with developmental disability in Mid-Michigan. In 2008, the MMAA was started by a small group of parents and professionals who wanted to understand best treatment options and local resources for our kids with autism. Early on, we identified that the work we were doing applied to families living with developmental disabilities of all kinds. Thus the by line Autism Driven, not Autism Specific.