External Webinar

Preparing Students with ID/D for College: Recommendations for Educators & Families

How can educators and families better support students with ID/D to begin their college journey ready for success?

Join us to learn how to support high school students with ID/D cultivate foundational skills; access academic supports; and develop 21st century skills using technology for communication, navigation, and social connections.

This webinar is hosted by KU Transition to Postsecondary Education, or KU-TPE. 

Instagram, Snapchat, TikTok and Beyond – Using Social Media for Peer to Peer Engagement

How are teenagers and young adults connecting and supporting one another during the COVID 19 crisis in our country? This session, presented by youth engagement and leadership professionals, will explore effective practices and resources that can promote and enhance communication and engagement of students and youth with disabilities.

Strategies and Resources for Students with Complex Support Needs in Distance Learning Environments

<p>Providing educational and employment preparation learning experiences in virtual and distance learning environments may be challenging for students with the most complex support needs. This session will provide examples of effective programming strategies and practices to help support students and youth with the most significant disabilities in their transition journey.</p>

Employment Preparation and Work Based Learning Experiences in a Virtual World

Collaboration between education, vocational rehabilitation and other agency partners has long been viewed as important in improving outcomes for students with disabilities and is especially essential in the implementation of WIOA and IDEA and related Pre-Employment Transition Services. One of the key factors in successful post-secondary employment outcomes for students with disabilities is participation in early work-based learning experiences.