START staff is working in collaboration with Regional Collaborative Networks (RCN) to review current post high school practices across the state and develop pilot projects to improve the programs and outcomes for young adults with ASD.
The limited information provided here related to transition may provide some useful information to determine how best to approach post high school programming, from secondary/post-secondary, to college, adulthood and beyond. START is not endorsing the websites or materials but rather proving a range of sites and information that might prove useful for the various needs and interests of families and individuals with ASD.
Resources for Community Conversations and Resource Mapping
- Community Conversations Guide
- Community Resource Mapping
- NCSET Information Brief - Community Resource Mapping
- Waisman Center - The University of Wisconsin / Madison
Summer Employment through Community Conversations webinar by Erik Carter
Erik's description of Community Conversations is from 32:19 – 41:44 in the webinar
Berkley Schools - Support Community Conversations website (example for your community)
Transition Planning / General Transition Resources
Higher EducationEmploymentHousing & Living Arrangements
Legal IssuesSocial & Recreational ActivitiesOrganizations Supporting Secondary Transition & Post-Secondary OptionsState Websites on Secondary Transition
Page last modified April 9, 2014