Agency Connections

2015-2016 Webinar Series Archive

The "Agency Connections" Webinar Series is designed to give participants an overview of several agencies that work with students with disabilities as they transition from school to work. It is important that all teachers (students' and families first point of contact regarding transition), have a basic understanding of the resources and supports available to all students; this includes students for whom competitive employment may not be an option.

Live CCTS webinars are open captioned. Please email ccts@seattleu.edu to request a copy of the caption transcript (be sure to include the webinar's title).

Division of Vocational Rehabilitation (DVR)


Learn about DVR services available to individuals who want to work but need assistance due to a physical, sensory, cognitive, or mental disability. 

Download: Division of Vocational Rehabilitation (DVR) PowerPoint

Developmental Disabilities Administration (DDA)


We will discuss how DDA eligibility is determined as well as services available to those found eligible under the law.

Download: Developmental Disabilities Administration (DDA) PowerPoint

The ARC of Washington State


Learn about guardianship, the Arc of Washington Trust Fund, and resources the ARC can provide individuals as they navigate the bridge between high-school and the world of college and career.

Download: The ARC of Washington PowerPoint

WorkSource


Learn about your local WorkSource Centers and their unique concept in the labor market—everything in one place.

Download: WorkSource PowerPoint

Mental Health Agencies


We will discuss the array of services provided by different mental health agencies in the state of Washington and their importance in assisting students with making the leap from high school to postsecondary success.

Download: Mental Health Agencies PowerPoint

Social Security/Medicaid


Are you overwhelmed by SSI services? Join us as we learn about Supplemental Security Income (SSI) and Medicaid benefits as well as how and when to apply.

Download: Social Security/Medicaid PowerPoint

Working with Providers/Vendors


Discover how vendors may assist youth with disabilities in identifying their unique abilities and assisting with mobility, communication, independent living, and employment.

Download: Working with Providers/Vendors PowerPoint

Clock Hours

Register through eLearning for Educators to earn clock hours for this series. The course is designed so you can start at anytime.

As always, you can view the course for FREE from any link on this page, however CCTS does not track these links or provide clock hours.