Looking TO Plan for your 14-24 Year Old?
Post Secondary Transition
Dr. Lisa B. Jester
Co-Founder & Executive Director
The Florida Institute for Community
Inclusion High School IEP Transition Angela West-Brown
ARWBrown Educational Coaching Services, LLC.
W. Drew Andrews
Florida Center for Students with
Unique Abilities at UCF
Transitioning to College
Barbara Simeroth, M.S. Ed.
Co-Founder, VIPworks Design
On The Job Training
Best Buddies International
Esquire Board Certified
Social Security Disability Attorney
Executive Director, employU
Youth Transition Programs
Employment Programs Magnify of Central Florida
Sue Grover, M.A.
Community Art Connection
Rachel Slavkin, M.Ed.
RAISE Director of Employment & Education, Social Bridges
Holly Roper, M.A. Counselor,
Sports & Exercise
Michelle Lawrence Residential
Primrose Center, Inc.
A Peek Inside the Portal
As our kids with special needs begin to transition through high school and beyond there are many things to consider as you help them navigate this new journey.
What does Turning 18 mean for our family?
How do you factor in guardianship?
What living and transportation options are available?
Will they continue on to college or a day program?
Everything seems overwhelming, but it doesn't have to be. Dreamable has been designed specifically for you and your child or loved one to find the path forward and to determine the best way of shaping that plan.
This program consists of a comprehensive 3-part workbook series, video presentation and a treasure trove of resources to expand your understanding of what the transitional age means.
This series of workbooks have been designed by Devon, a student of the nonPareil Institute, powered by Autism. Devon found his passion for art and writing in 4th grade. He especially enjoys drawing transformer characters! Devon wants to write and create his own comic books.