Articles For You To Read

Article in the Washington Post that identifies a young woman with Down Syndrome graduating high school with a standard HS diploma- interesting read!
School officials say Madison Essig is among the first with Down syndrome to graduate with a standard diploma from a D.C. public school.
Governor Hogan named two high schools in Baltimore (Carver and Dunbar) that will be the first to launch a 6-year program that combines high school, college, and work experience. There have been discussions on the inclusion of students with disabilities and its impact. Very exciting!

Transition to Adult Life for Students in Special Education

Transition Planning: Setting Lifelong Goals – This article will provide some good advice and a check list to you have a successful transition from high school to your employment or future education.

IEP and Transition Planning: Frequently asked questions that you may also have!

Teaching Your Child Self-Advocacy Skills

A Business Made Hiring Workers with Disabilities a Priority

Navigating the Effective Date Deadlines For the New File-And-Suspend and Restricted Application Rules

Apply Lends Hand to Autism Research

UTMA Accounts Could Cause Barriers for SSI Beneficiaries

Sleep Tool Kit for Families Challenged with ASD