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  • A Parent Guide to Section 504 (PDF): A Parent Guide to Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
  • Age of Majority Preparing Your Child to Make Good Choices: Promoting Effective Parent Involvement in Secondary Education and Transition.
  • Change of placement (PDF): Written Prior Notice of Change of Placement in Special Education.
  • Connecticut Rehab Services: Whether you are starting to work or moving toward a career, most young adults are thinking about increased independence. It's important to know what you need to be successful and be able to tell others what you need at home, at work and in the community.
  • Connect-Ability for Youth: You hear people ask "What do you want to be when you grow up?" You have dreams. But how do you get there? Your journey to the future starts today. Everyone's path is different, but everyone needs to set goals and then make a plan to reach them. This website can help you do more than dream about a great life.
  • Department of Workforce Services: Provide employment and support services for our customers to improve their economic opportunities.
  • Driver license office: You are not required to obtain a Utah State Identification card however, they are useful in the event you are unable to obtain a driver license, you need to cash a check, traveling, and for law enforcement purposes.
  • Electronic High School: Educate, remediate, accelerate, and graduate Utah's diverse learners.
  • IEP and Transition Planning: Provides information on strategies to support students, families and professionals to participate in developing a student's Individual Education Plan (IEP) and transition plan.
  • Laws Don't Make It Happen. People Do (doc) (pdf): This 15-page booklet includes information about the various roles in transition. Descriptions of several specific roles are provided, as well as suggestions for how different members of transition teams may participate in the transition process.
  • O*NETOnline: Serves as the nation's primary source of occupational information, providing comprehensive information on key attributes and characteristics of workers and occupations.
  • Person-Centered Education Site: Summary to person-centered planning and a self-study course going over the basic processes involved. A choice of reading, activities and downloadable resources.
  • Person-Centered Planning a Tool for Transition: See the Spanish Version. Short report of person-centered planning that details the benefits of using this process. The brief also provides action steps to start person-centered planning.
  • Preparing for Life After High School (PDF): It's never too early to start planning for life after high school.
  • Section 504 Checklist: Informal checklist can to be used by District Sec. 504 coordinators to help determine where additional in-service training may be needed to be in compliance.
  • Selective Service System Online Registration: The mission of the Selective Service System is: To provide manpower to the armed forces in an emergency; and to run an Alternative Service Program for men classified as conscientious objectors during a draft.
  • Social Security: For retirement, survivors, disability, supplemental security income and Medicare.
  • Study Skills Self Help: Time Management Strategies for Improving Academic Performance. Seven Strategies for Improving Test Performance. Increasing Textbook Reading Comprehension by Using SQ3R. Strategies for Improving Concentration and Memory.
  • Supplemental Security Income: So You Have Decided to Apply: Written specifically for people with disabilities who are 18 years and older, single, pay rent or contribute to the living expenses at home or who live away from the family home, are either in or out of school, and have disabilities other than blindness.
  • Transition Plan: Sample of a transition plan.
  • Utah Basic Skills Competency Test: Utah State Office of Education entered into a contract with a national test publisher for the development of the basic skills competency test. Students will need to pass this test in order to receive a "basic high school diploma".
  • Utah College of Applied Technology: Provide, through its regional campuses, market-driven career and technical education to both secondary and adult students that meet the demand by Utah employers for technically skilled workers.
  • Utah High School Graduation Requirements: High School Requirements (Effective for Graduating Students Beginning with the 2010-2011 School Year).
  • Utah Mentor & Choices: The new home for all your Choices products including: Choices Explorer and Choices Planner.
  • Utah Parent Center: Families who begin transition planning early will have more time to identify concerns, overcome challenges or barriers that arise, and create opportunities which will help their students achieve their goals.
  • Utah State Office of Education/Special Education Services: Special education services – Providing support to empower students with disabilities ages 3 – 21.
  • UtahMentor & Choices – SEOP: UtahMentor has developed an interactive SEOP (grades 8–12) to assist students, parents, and counselors.
  • Vocational Rehabilitation: Assist and empower eligible individuals with disabilities to achieve and maintain meaningful employment.
  • Voting and poll place accessibility: Provisions in the law ensure that voting systems and polling places are accessible to people with disabilities, and also address ballot verification by voters, language barriers, and provisional voting.
  • Voter registration form: Voter information.
  • "Childhood meets adulthood at" This is a very interactive site for youth to use to start thinking about what they want to do with the rest of their lives, designed to help youth plan for the future.