Next Steps Booklet
Wisconsin First Step Searchable Database
A database that offers links to over 2,400 local, regional, statewide and national agencies and organizations.
Finding Your Way: A Navigation Guide
Finding Your Way: A Navigation Guide for Wisconsin Families Who Have Children and Youth with Special Health Care Needs and Disabilities assists families who may have concerns or questions about their child’s development or have recently received a diagnosis of a special health care need or disability.
Una guía de navigation para las familias de Wisconsin con niños y jóvenes con necesidades especiales de atención de salud y discapacidades.
Organization for Autism Research (OAR) Life Journey through Autism Series:
Organization for Autism Research (OAR) has published six Life Journey guidebooks and The Best of The OARacle to date. You can read their descriptions, preview each online, or download copies at no cost below.
IHE Searchable Database
This database is intended to provide information for families and students about a variety of post-secondary or college educational options for students with and without disabilities. This includes Wisconsin technical colleges, public and private 4 year colleges, and UW System Universities and Colleges.Visit http://ihe.wspei.org/
Transition to Adulthood: A Health Care Guide for Youth and their Families
The Autistic Self Advocacy Network (ASAN) produced this guide that is available at http://autisticadvocacy.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/07/ASAN-healthcare-toolkit-final.pdf
Opening Doors - A Guide to Adult Services
The Department of Public Instruction has produced a helpful guide called Opening Doors - A Guide to Adult Services that provides helpful information on vocational services, postsecondary education, Family Care/IRIS, applying for Social Security, housing, Guardianship and more.
Additional Opening Doors Guides:
Wisconsin Special Education Mediation Project
This project is available to assist parents or school districts with mediation or facilitation of their special education issues.Visit www.wsems.us
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