Transition Services (Parents/Guardians)
Special education services are designed to meet the individual needs of students with disabilities. But what happens after they graduate? The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act requires schools to provide students who have an individualized education program with formal transition planning services. This course will discuss the law’s coordinated set of activities designed to help young adults move from a school environment to post-graduation life.
Kim Sax Halley
Kim Sax Halley has worked in the field of disabilities for over 30 years as a district administrator, rehabilitation administrator, staff mentor and therapist. She has worked in a variety of settings including medical, private practice and educational. Ms. Halley has also provided professional development at the national, state and local level. Ms. Halley has recently retired as the executive director of Inclusive Education for a large school district in Washington State where she worked with building administrators and staff to create a more inclusive district culture for students with disabilities.