Are you a transition-level special education teachers who has at least one student on your caseload with a severe disability (as defined by the DSM-V)? Would you consider participating in a survey conducted by researchers at Utah State University? The survey is voluntary and completely anonymous. Survey Link
Florence Flyer Benefits and Employment Workshop
Please join us on April 21st at 12:30pm for the Fieldwork Webinar hosted by Dale Verstegen Webinar Link
The Transition Alliance of SC is pleased to announce that local interagency transition teams in South Carolina that participate in the Building Bridges Interagency Transition Conference have the opportunity to apply for training and technical assistance.
ACCESSABILITY'S NEWEST LEADERSHIP PROGRAM (LIT) For More Information: Contact: Email Nathan Todd at: [email protected] or call 843-225-5080 ext 105
The Transition Alliance of South Carolina (TASC), in partnership with TransCen, Inc., is excited to offer a multi-part training on developing and supporting competitive employment opportunities for individuals with disabilities. This is the second part of the community of practice for job coaches and others who DIRECTLY provide workplace supports to [...]
A Webinar for Local TASC Teams Interested in Building Capacity February 2nd, 2017 3:00 pm—4:30 pm Is your local transition team or school district seeking a breakthrough in building partnerships with families during the secondary transition years? If so, join the Transition Alliance and Family Connection of South [...]
Changing lives by making connections, raising awareness, and promoting inclusion for those with disabilities and special healthcare needs. Click Here for more details.
Leading Collaborative Transition Teams: The Transition Alliance of South Carolina’s Guide for Working Together to Increase Successful Student Postsecondary Transition Outcomes through Active Interagency Collaboration. Learn More