Transition to Adulthood Learning Collaborative

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Please register for our next Transition to Adulthood Learning Collaborative on Feb 7, 2022, 12:00 PM CDT at: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/6367129327568450391.  After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.  

We look forward to welcoming Cynda Green and Denise Sonleitner with Texas Parent to Parent (TxP2P) who will tell us all about TxP2P's new Transition Center, Transition Action Groups, and 1:1 planning services available for transition-age youth and their families throughout the state.

Please bring your questions and feel free to share this announcement with others who may be interested!

 


Transition to Adulthood Learning Collaborative

The Transition to Adulthood Learning Collaborative (TALC) meets quarterly via webinar. A guest speaker presents on a transition topic. We also share information on upcoming events and new transition resources. All are welcome to join us, including:

  • Youth and young adults;
  • Parents and caregivers;
  • Case managers;
  • Health care plan representatives;
  • School transition specialists and teachers;
  • Hospital and university systems, and
  • Local community organizations.   

Please email CSHCNSDG@dshs.texas.gov to join or learn more about TALC.

Previous meeting slides:

05/04/2022

08/10/2022

Mission

To promote a collaborative approach to the provision of transition services for youth in Texas with disabilities and special healthcare needs and their families.

Vision

Successful transition outcomes for all youth in Texas with disabilities and special health care needs and their families.

 


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