WILMINGTON, MA — The Wilmington Special Education Parent Advisory Council (SEPAC) is sponsoring a free workshop for parents and professionals on Monday, January 29, 2018 at 6:30pm in the Wilmington High School Large Media Instruction Room.
The workshop (“Intro To The Transition Planning Process”), presented by the Federation for Children with Special Needs, will provide an overview of the transition planning process for youth with disabilities ages 14-22 on IEPs.
The workshop will discuss planning for life after high school, including: academic and non-academic courses and learning experiences; employment and related training opportunities; and community living and leisure activities. The ultimate goal is to help young adults move successfully from school into the adult world.
Have a question about the workshop? Contact the SEPAC at SEPAC@wpsk12.com.
About Wilmington SEPAC
The Wilmington Special Education Parent Advisory Council (Wilmington SEPAC) provides education and support to parents, school personnel and the broader community on special education issues and services. The Wilmington SEPAC works towards creating an environment of respect, support, and appropriate education for all children with special needs in our community and to ensure that student needs under Chapter 766 and other applicable laws are being met. The Wilmington SEPAC’s mission is to promote and support an innovative educational environment where children with special education needs have equal access to opportunities and are encouraged to reach their full potential.
(NOTE: The above information is from a SEPAC flyer.)
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