April 18, 2016

Renaissance Woodbridge Hotel    Woodbridge, NJ



Autism New Jersey was pleased to once again offer specialized and up-to-date information on the transition from school to adult services. Designed for caregivers of individuals aged 10-25, this content will also benefit professionals supporting adolescents and young adults. 

 A sold-out crowd of 400 parents and professionals enjoyed a keynote session presented by Elizabeth Shea, Esq., Assistant Commissioner, NJ DHS, DDD.

The 2016 Transition Conference also  hosted 12 workshops presented by experts in the field, and nearly 40 exhibitors focused on  legal, instructional, and service issues specific to this important time of life.

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Sponsors

Thank you to the following sponsors and supporters for making this event possible.

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Transition Services should:
  • be a part of the Individualized Education Program (IEP).
  • be based on a student’s individual preferences and interests.
  • begin at age 14 (or earlier if applicable).
  • be a long-range plan that emphasizes skills that are needed for adult life.

More transition resources>>

Planning the Transition From School to Adult Life

Download our new transition publication.  

Click here for information about our 34th Annual Conference which will also have many workshops and exhibitors addressing transition.

Remember, our Helpline is also available to answer your transition-related questions: 800.4.AUTISM or information@autismnj.org.

AUTISM NEW JERSEY
500 Horizon Drive, Suite 530 Robbinsville, NJ 08691
Phone: 609.588.8200; 800.4.AUTISM | Fax: 609.588.8858
Email: information@autismnj.org

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