Secondary Transition

Youth Engagement for Secondary Transition

  • March 27th, 2012
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One of the most critical factors contributing to the successful transition of youth and young adults with disabilities, is the development of self-determination skills. Skills are needed by youth to have control over their lives and their destinies, to be empowered to make informed decisions and actions in all aspects of their lives. Refer to the following resources for more information on youth engagement and secondary transition.

PA Youth Engagement Wiki
The PA Youth Engagement wiki provides information for educators, agency staff and family members to engage youth. (For youth and young adults viewing this wiki there are a number of resources provided to assist you in this process.)

Self-Determination – PA Transition Guide:
The self-determination section of the PA Transition Guide contains information and resources to assist youth, and their families, in support youth in what they should know, understand and do to prepare for secondary transition.

Also See: Pennsylvania Youth Leadership Netwwork PYLN)

Pennsylvania Youth Leadership Network
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