Turning 22: Beyond the IEP

Posted by Patty Manko on Thu, Jan 23, 2014 @ 11:41 AM

diary of a dreamOur latest Diary of a Dream blog features Susan and James Nadworny's moving forward post-age 22, while revisiting their IEP experiences in a very cathartic way.  Click on the image to the right to read the blog.

Turning 22 is a new chapter and every family situation taken along with the needs and preferences of each individual, creates a unique situation to which there is no one right or wrong answer. We can help you determine financial options and strategies using both government benefit resources and personal resources to provide for your child's residential needs. We make it our business to know as many agencies and supports available to help families during this transition period. We believe that individuals with disabilities have a right to live as independent a life as possible, in the community or in their family home. 

In this spirit, we offer a list of resources for families-click here to access. As an additional resource, you may click here to access a partial list of residential and support service programs for young adults in transition in our (Greater Boston) area. We are here to help, please contact us for more information.

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Tags: transition planning, supports for special needs, residential special needs

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