Thank you for your interest in "Charting the Life Course: How Families Can Support Seamless Transitions from School to Adulthood."

Have you thought seriously about your child's future as an adult with a disability? 
*     Where is s/he going to work? 
*     Where is s/he going to live? 
*     What will s/he do in his or her free time?
*     How will  s/he participate in the community?
*     How can you assure his/her safety and well-being if something happens to you? 

If your son or daughter is as young as 14 years of age, it is never too early to start. 

If your son or daughter has already "aged out" of public schools services and has no real quality of life, it's never too late.

This is an intensive 10-hour learning opportunity for families of adolescents and young adults with disabilities who are aged 14 and older to get them going on effectively PLANNING and TAKING APPROPRIATE STEPS TOWARD the most positive future possible for their loved one with a disability, especially if that loved one is likely to need long-term supports to achieve valued life outcomes.  Adolescents and young adults themselves are invited, also, but it's going to be a lot like being in school!

PLEASE PLAN TO ATTEND BOTH PARTS 1 AND 2 to get the full benefit of the information that will be covered:

        Part 1 -- Tuesday, May 23, 2017 -- from 6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
        Part 2 -- Saturday, May 27, 2017 -- from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Both parts of the training will be held in the Community Room of the Killingly Public Library at 25 Westcott Road, Killingly, CT 06239. 

If you have any questions we can be reached at 860-679-1500, Monday - Friday, 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM.

In an emergency on the day before or day of each session, you may call Linda Rammler at 860-338-0165.

Please take a moment to answer the questions below as part of our training registration process.  If more than one individual is registering as part of a group, please fill our a separate form for each individual.

* 1. Please provide us with the following information. Enter "N/A" in boxes that do not apply.

* 2. What is the best way to contact you? Select up to two items.

* 3. Please select the category/categories that would best describe you.

* 4. How old will the adolescent or young adult whose transition you are supporting be this May (2017)? Please select the closest age in years.  If you are an adolescent or young adult yourself, please indicate your own age.

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