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Activities for Underserved Populations - Assistance Listing Number 84.315C - Pre-Application PowerPoint Presentation
The Department of Education (Department) issued a notice inviting applications on May 31, 2023 for fiscal year (FY) 2023 for Activities for Underserved Populations, Assistance Listing Number 84.315C. This PowerPoint presentation provides information specifically about the Activities for Underserved Populations program (84.315C).
Pre-Application Meeting Questions and Responses for Disability Innovation Fund (DIF): Pathways to Partnerships Innovative Model Demonstration Project - Assistance Listing Number 84.421E
This document contains responses to questions asked during the Disability Innovation Fund (DIF): Pathways to Partnerships Innovative Model Demonstration Project - Assistance Listing Number 84.421E pre-application meeting held on April 25, 2023. This document was updated on May 22, 2023.
This survey is a way for parents to document the transition needs and expectations for their child/youth’s future. This survey has 9 sections. Completing this survey before or during a Transition Planning IEP meeting will provide you with important information that can lead to successful transition planning and better outcomes.
This resource helps individuals answer questions about the type of job that fits their interests and assess the money they need to earn to meet their financial goals.
This quick reference guide provides information and resources to help American Job Center workforce staff and partners discuss financial and employment goal setting with job seekers with disabilities. This guide provides the tools needed to have successful conversations that align the money and employment goals of job seekers.
The braille training project known as the Braille Excellence for Students and Teachers (BEST) focuses on statewide professional development (PD) and technical assistance (TA) activities for Ohio educators and others who support Ohio students and their braille needs.
This WAZE to Adulthood factsheet provides information about self-advocacy and how to be your own best advocate with visual images.
This WAZE to Adulthood factsheet provides information about self-advocacy and how to be your own best advocate.
This WAZE to Adulthood resource is a life skills checklist that can help transition-age students (14-22), their families, and the IEP Team to track independent living/life skills
This WAZE to Adulthood factsheet reviews decision-making options that families should review when it comes to decision-making options for their child who is turning or has turned 18 in South Carolina.
This resource is focused on South Carolina, however, every state has similar resources through their Parent Training and Information Center.