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A Fall Leaf against wood Fall Resources for You!

Check out our fall resources for fresh transition resources and events! Sign up for our resource email list to stay in the loop on current transition practices and resources. We only send about 12...


A pocket with a paper in it saying "résumé" New Resource: Pocket Résumé

We have a new resource on our Products and Materials page, a downloadable pocket résumé! Pocket résumés help students keep their information in a pocket-sized format, so it is easy to use for job...


New Module: Work-based Learning

We have a new training module, Work-Based Learning 101! Real work experience is the strongest indicator of post school competitive employment for youth with disabilities. Take this module to develop or strengthen your work-based...


New Film: Dream Out Loud

          On the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation – a community with a $4000/year family median income and 90% unemployment rate – students with disabilities are being empowered through entrepreneurship and...


Person holding a book in front of their face Put This in Your Bag!

  Plan to mark a lot of pages in your copy of Your Complete Guide to Transition Planning and Services! This guide by Mary Morningstar & Beth Clavenna-Deane will be the best $30 you...


Self Study Logo TC Self-Study Webinar

Want Professional Development That Makes a Difference?  The Transition Coalition Self-Study provides both quality learning and individualized application for teams of 4-12 people. It is designed to support teams to learn and improve their...


Ask the Expert: I’m Determined Website Tour

This NTACT sponsored Ask the Expert will help you learn how to use the variety of free resources at www.imdetermined.org to help your students become more self-determined! Participate in AtE to: Get free resources...


Ask the Expert: Video Modeling for Employment

This NTACT Ask the Expert will help you learn about video modeling and video prompting. Get guidance on how to use these tools and how they help students enhance their employment skills. Participate in...


March: Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month

The National Association of Councils on Developmental Disabilities (NACDD), the Association of University Centers on Disabilities (AUCD), and the National Disability Rights Network (NDRN) have launched a campaign for Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month 2018!...


Webinar: CTE/VR/SPED Collaborative Initiatives

Collaborative Initiatives Across Career & Technical Education, Vocational Rehabilitation, and Special Education: Three State/Local Stories This NTACT webinar brings together representatives of CTE, VR, and SpEd to share their collaborative techniques for engaging students...


Free Online Course: Work-Based Learning

The Center on Transition Innovations at Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU) has released a free self-paced online course. Improve your work-based learning program by learning: What work-based learning is and laws that impact it How...


NTACT is Hiring!

The National Technical Assistance Center on Transition (NTACT) is looking for a Knowledge Development and Technical Assistance Specialist to assist State Vocational Rehabilitation Agencies and State Education Agencies to effectively prepare students and youth...


Increasing Skills & Changing Practices Presentation

The  handouts for Increasing Skills & Changing Practices: NTACT Professional Development presentation at 2017 DCDT National Conference in Milwaukee WI are below.  For more information about this presentation, please use the Contact Us form...


Your Input is Needed!

Secondary Special Education Teachers – your input is needed about students with intellectual disabilities’ involvement in extracurricular activities!


Join the Ask the Expert event on March 10!

Dr. Erik Carter of Vanderbilt University will lead this online presentation and 2 week discussion focusing on the critical factors of peer assistance for young adults with high support needs. Live & recorded presentation and online discussion with Dr. Carter – Don’t Miss It!


2015 DCDT Conference, Nov. 5-7 2015, Portland Oregon

Join your transition colleagues in Portland Oregon at the 2015 Division on Career Development and Transition International Conference. Share research and field based expertise in transition assessment, family partnership, postsecondary education, employment, self-determination and much more!


“50 experts, 10 events and 24 hours to #AskUnderstood.”

PARENTS!! October is Dyslexia Awareness Month, ADHD Awareness Month and Learning Disabilities Awareness Month. Submit questions and get LIVE personalized advice in English and Spanish via Facebook and Twitter, as well as participate in video chats planned throughout the day with nationally recognized experts. Hosted by Understood.org.


The Amazing Race to Employment

“The Amazing Race to Employment” is an organized effort aimed at uniting students with disabilities with local employers in Manitowoc, WI.