There are so many important transition resources in our communities that we know young people, families and stakeholders need to get connected with in order for transition planning to be successful. But, how do we move from a collection of notes, flyers and business cards to something that everyone can access (and add to)? What if we don’t have all of the info that we need? The answer is virtual community resource mapping! During this session, we’ll cover the core components of a virtual community resource map. We’ll also talk about concrete ways to use them for person-centered planning and travel training. You will get to see plenty of first hand examples for the different ways that virtual maps can be made to support transition planning and instruction.
- Webcast: What Centers for Independent Living (CIL) Can Do for You
- Webcast: Preparing Students with Intellectual & Developmental Disabilities for Inclusive Higher Ed
- Webcast: The ADA, Disability Disclosure, and Self-Advocacy, presented by the Southeast ADA Center
- Webcast: Academic Advisement for Students with Disabilities: Preparing for Successful Student Transitions
- Webcast: Assistive Technology for Transition featuring the STAR Center
- Webcast: Medicaid Alternative Pathways to Independence (MAPs): Tools, technology and support for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities who want to increase their independence.
- Webcast: Novel Technologies and Workforce Pipelines for Meaningful Employment of Autistic Adults
- Webcast: The Navigation System-Shedding Light on Youth & Young Adult Mental Health Programs Across TN