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  1. U.S. Department of Education pamphlet provides guidance and answers questions for students with disabilities who plan to transition to college. Visit Students with Disabilities Preparing for Post-Secondary Education - Know Your...

  2. Information from the Center for Parent Information and Resources about transition from high school to higher education, employment or other opportunities for students with disabilities. Find resources for parents, teachers...

  3. Information from the Center for Parent Information and Resources to help young people with disabilities as they leave high school and move on to higher education, employment and other phases...

  4. There are several different types of student financial aid—scholarships, grants, work-study and loans. Federal student aid comes from the federal government—specifically, the U.S. Department of Education. This aid may pay for expenses...

  5. Information about the kinds of PAS that can help a young person with disabilities become independent and transition to adulthood. Services may include help getting dressed, learning to drive or...

  6. Helping youth with disabilities and other health care needs transition to adulthood has its specific challenges. This guide developed by the Wisconsin Healthy & Ready to Work has information for parents and teens and...

  7. Transition planning is a process for students with disabilities that begins around middle school and focuses on life after high school. We've prepared this guide on transition planning to help...

  8. This guide has information about finding the right school,  paying for college, and locating supports relating to your disability while at school. Includes information about things to keep in mind after college and where you can get...

  9. Find information and advice for students with disabilities and their parents about going to college. Get help choosing a college, learning about financial aid options and other topics related to moving from high...

  10. Provides information for students with disabilities, parents, educators and vocational rehabilitation providers about educational support services, laws and regulations, transition from school to work and post-secondary education and training options. The Center's...

  11. This free online training from George Washington University's HEATH Resource Center helps students with disabilities understand the college application process. The Center also offers online trainings about preparing for the SAT or...

  12. This website has information for high school students with disabilities about preparing for and going to college. The website includes information on college planning, campus life, and goal setting. Visit

  13. This handbook guides students with disabilities through some important steps and considerations to help them prepare for college. It covers issues such as self-advocacy and a student's legal rights and...

  14. This is an online social community for teens and young adults impacted by mental health issues. The site was created by NAMI to help young people learn about mental health conditions and services and programs...

  15. For students with disabilities, understanding their educational rights is key to a successful transition from high school to college or other post-secondary education opportunities. This guide from the U.S. Department of Education helps high...

  16. Provides answers to commonly asked questions related to college preparation for students with learning disabilities, including dyslexia. Also has information for students with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). Learn about accommodations...

  17. This nonprofit organization provides school information and parenting resources. Has information on raising children, assistive technology for children with learning disabilities (link opens a PDF file) and helping children with homework. Learn about topics like attention...

  18. Information about all phases of getting a college education, including applying to schools and finding financial aid. Learn about different types of federal student aid, including grants and loans, and...

  19. This guide from the Center on Technology and Disability has information for young adults and their parents about assistive technology (AT) and transitioning from school to work or higher education....

  20. Provides information and support for people with autism spectrum disorders (ASD), their families, teachers and health care providers. Learn about treatment options, classroom accommodations and moving from school to work. Obtener...

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