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Transition to Adulthood

The completion of high school is the beginning of adult life. For students with disabilities, these choices may be more complex and may require transition planning. Planning the transition from school to adult life begins once a student reaches 16 years of age, or younger, if appropriate. Transition services are intended to prepare students to make the transition from the world of school to the world of adulthood. 

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Dance-a-thon for Autism

  • All Ages • All Abilities
  • Four Straight Hours of High-Energy DJ Dance Music
  • Benefiting Autism Society San Francisco Bay Area and seven fabulous autism-serving recreation programs

Register today... and shake your groove thing for autism!

Celebrate April Autism Awareness Month with us, but space is limited, only 400 lucky dancers can participate.

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Hangouts: Ages 23-35 - Luck of the Irish

Follow the rainbow to the Pot of Gold! Find the hidden four-leaf clover and get a special treat!

Don’t forget to wear GREEN!

Pizza, drinks and snacks will be provided, including some gluten free snacks.

Hang Outs are designed for adults ages 23 to 35 with developmental differences who are independent. Aides are welcome to attend with attendees who need individualized support.

RSVP ONLINE: http://www.Gatepath.org/hangouts

 

Transition to Adulthood

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The completion of high school is the beginning of adult life. For students with disabilities, these choices may be more complex and may require transition planning. Planning the transition from school to adult life begins once a student reaches 16 years of age, or younger, if appropriate. Transition services are intended to prepare students to make the transition from the world of school to the world of adulthood. 

Attend this training as a parent, guardian, professional or interested community member

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