October 13, 2022 6:00 PM to 8:30 PM

This session will focus on using vocational evaluation data to determine if college is the most appropriate pathway for a student with a disability. This will be discussed in the context of using the data to select an appropriate vocational goal and college program while meeting the support needs of the student. Learn about a strengths-based process, called Wraparound. Wraparound harnesses the power of the data and fosters student involvement to encourage self-determined choices. It also helps to empower families, schools, and students to make the best possible decisions regarding post-secondary education and employment.

The goal of this presentation is through an understanding of vocational evaluation and the Wraparound process, attendees will be able to discuss whether college is appropriate for a student with a disability and how students should be involved in this decision to foster informed choice.

This is a Connections California event. Connections California, a project of Parents Helping Parents – Silicon Valley, is made possible thanks to generous support from Santa Clara Family Health Plan.


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