Community-Based Activity Guide and Letter Templates

Community-Based Activity Guide and Letter Templates

If you are preparing to increase your students’ involvement in the community, Transition Tennessee’s Student Website has many community-based activities ready for you to use with your students. To better equip your students for successful community experiences, check...

Youth Transition Summit: A View From the Top

Youth Transition Summit: A View From the Top

Transitioning into adulthood can be like climbing a mountain. We will provide equipment (resources) to help you reach the top of that mountain successfully. This summit is designed to provide information and tools to help you move forward, in spite of any challenges...

Transition Tennessee is Hiring

Transition Tennessee is Hiring

We are excited to add multiple new team members to our growing portfolio of transition work (www.transitiontn.org). We are looking for new colleagues who are passionate about improving the quality and impact of transition services and supports for youth with...

Check out our Instructor Guide!

Check out our Instructor Guide!

Check out our Instructor Guide for tips on how to use these activities with your students. You will need a Transition Tennessee account to access the Instructor Guide, but don't worry if you don't have one yet, they are free and painless to make. Check out the...

Webcast: Social Security Disability Benefits and Youth

Webcast: Social Security Disability Benefits and Youth

Wednesday, April 21st 2021 3:00-3:45 PM CST This webcast will cover the most important benefit issues for transition aged youth. The audience will learn about the different types of Social Security disability benefits, and how those benefits are affected by work...

College Programs for Students with I/DD

College Programs for Students with I/DD

Tennessee has six college programs specifically designed for students with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities. These programs are located in Knoxville, Jackson, Nashville, Johnson City, and Memphis. Though each program has unique features, they all provide opportunities for students to meaningfully engage in campus activities, classes, employment opportunities, and much more.