Post-Secondary Transition Training 101

Date: March 7
Time: 4-5 pm (ET)
Speakers: Amy Freeman & Tammie Sebastian
One(1) contact hour available
No Cost

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Program description: Participants will gain an understanding of the transition process for youth with disabilities through tips for planning: before, during, and after an IEP meeting. Discussion will focus on parents and students staying informed and involved in the transition process.

Guest speakers:
Amy Freeman
is the Statewide Transition Program Director and 1:1 Reading Mentoring Program Director for OCECD. She provides both transition training/support and reading mentoring training/support to families, schools, and organizations statewide. Amy is also the lead for ODE’s Reading Tips for Families website. Amy holds an M.Ed. in special education. She was the former director of Project MORE, and has over 40 years’ experience working as a teacher, workshop director, behavior specialist, superintendent, statewide preschool reviewer, and DD consultant. Amy’s youngest brother had Down Syndrome and was the inspiration for her life’s work.

Tammie Sebastian is the Statewide Program Coordinator for the Ohio Coalition for the Education of Children with Disabilities (OCECD). Prior to joining OCECD, she provided information, training, and support for parents in Cuyahoga County and was an advocate for the Tapestry System of Care. Her focus was the Juvenile Justice System and helping families obtain an evaluation for their child to ensure the child was receiving needed services. Tammie is the parent of two daughters, one who is challenged with AD/HD and one who is diagnosed with autism, generalized anxiety disorder, and sensory processing disorder.

Participants will understand::

  1. The transition process for planning before, during and after an IEP meeting.
  2. The importance of staying informed and involved in the transition process.




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Mar 07 2023


4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
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