Thu, Nov 19|
Transition University ~ Supported Decision Making, Guardianship, & Self-Advocacy
When your student reaches their 18th birthday they will be considered an adult, even if they have a disability. This is an informational presentation to learn about the basics of guardianship and what other strategies you can use.
Time & Location
Nov 19, 2020, 6:00 PM – 8:40 PM
About the event
Transition University: Fall Series
Transition starts at 14 years old or earlier. The more you do now, at a younger age the more your student will be prepared for life after school. We will be discussing the little steps you can take now to make a big difference in your child’s future success. Please join us for 3 interactive discussions focused on your student and their needs. Attend all or just one of the workshops in our Fall Series: November 5th: Daily Life and Community Living & Healthy Living and Safety November 12th: Transition from School to Adult Life & Employment November 19th: Supported Decision Making and Guardianship & Self-Advocacy, Social Life and Spirituality Parents, Self-Advocates, Family Members and Professionals are all invited and welcome to attend. Presented by the Utah Parent Center's Transition University Project in partnership with the Utah Developmental Disabilities Council.