Guiding Neurodiverse Students in Post-Secondary Transition Planning Webinar

Thursday, April 22, 2021 • 6:00 - 7:00 PM

As you may be aware, now is the time of year that individuals with disabilities, their parents, advocates, and their educational support team are likely planning for the year ahead and setting their goals for their future. This process typically includes the creation of an Individualized Education Plan (IEP) that is a tool designed to both set and track goals across a year. For individuals who are 16 and older, this is also often a time when they begin to plan for their transition into adulthood while exploring post-secondary learning opportunities.

As a provider of programming and services for young adults with disabilities, Vista knows firsthand both the import of this process and the anxiety that it can produce.

In the effort to share our knowledge of this process with others, as a part of our on-going webinar series, we are offering a session on the topic of transition.

Entitled Guiding Neurodiverse Students in Post-Secondary Transition Planning, this one-hour event will provide an overview of the process while also offering information and resources to attendees. This event will be co-hosted by Vista’s Admissions Managers, Steph Foulkes and Suzanne Gregory, and Amy Brown, Transitions Consultant from South East Consortium for Special Services, Inc.

All event attendees will receive access to Vista's Transition Tools Summary and Amy’s comprehensive guide (over 400 pages) for parents and students. We hope you can join us for this informative and important event.

For more information, contact Steph Foulkes at