Center for Change in Transition Services

Center for Change in Transition Services

  • WISE Training Material

    Posted by Kevin Snyder on 3/23/2015 08:11:35 AM

    The Washington Statewide Transition Conference was held at the Yakima Convention Center on March 20th, 2015. Approximately 350 people joined CCTS, WISE, DVR, and DDA for a full day of training focusing on the successful transition for students into adult life. Dr. Sue Ann Bube, Director of CCTS, presented Transition to Postsecondary Education, Training, Employment, and Independent Living: Utilizing Resources in Rural and Remote Areas.

    Download the CCTS Presentation

    Combined Summer Institute 2015: Addressing State Standards from Crib to Career

    Posted by Kevin Snyder on 1/30/2015 10:45:59 AM

    Save the date: July 22, 23, & 24 at Seattle University

    It can be an overwhelming process to plan learning activities based on Washington Learning Standards and align these with the unique learning needs identified in the IEP. The 2015 Combined Summer Institute can help with a focus on crib to career practices that are research-based and known to improve outcomes for students with disabilities.

    Stay tuned for more details.

    CCTS Webinar Series: Postsecondary Education and Training

    Posted by Sue Bube on 1/21/2015 09:04:58 AM

    Join CCTS for the seventh webinar in our series, Postsecondary Education & Training, Affordable? This webinar will explore financial aid resources and opportunities to finance postsecondary education. There will also be a list of scholarships at the end of the webinar.

    Webinars begin promptly at 3:15 and last approximately 1 hour.

    Link to April 8th webinar  (no registration required)

    Add the webinar to your calendar

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    • CCTS Newsletter: Sign up for our newsletter to receive monthly updates.

    • Workforce: The Workforce Training and Education Coordinating Board provides updates on workforce development in Washington.

    • WISE: The Washington Initiative for Supported Employment promotes equitable employment for people with developmental disabilities through innovation, training, and technical assistance.

    • OSPI Special Education Updates: These updates are created by the OSPI Special Education staff and sent out electronically each month to all school district special education staff alerting them that the lasted news has been posted to the OSPI website.