Preparing Transition Age Youth with Autism for College and Employment

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This training will cover definitions of neurodiversity, as well as the challenges, and opportunities regarding college and employment of students with Autism. SAP, the global leader in enterprise software, will discuss trends among high profile employers and the creation of successful workforce programs. We will also offer an overview on training modules informed by the work at SAP. These materials provide practical approaches to preparing students for college and employment. Presenters will share the specifics of the new Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act as well as the role the Office for Vocational Rehabilitation (OVR) plays in Secondary Transition, Early Reach, and Pre-Employment Transition Services.

1. Agenda
2. About the Program
3. Autism At Work
4. Social Skill for the Work Place
5. Stress Busters- Preparing Transition Age Youth with Autism for Employment
6. Resources and Materials for High Schools
7. Pittsburgh Model: Pre-Employment Transition Services Continuum
8. Understanding Early Reach (OVR)- June 2017
9. OVR School2Work

Title of Training: Preparing Transition Age Youth with Autism for College and Employment
Presenter: Tanya Regli, Jose Velasco, Michele Bornman
Training Date: 10/12/2016

Topic: Autism, Secondary Transition

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