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Secondery Transition: Disability-Specific Transition Information

Autism

Deaf/Hard of Hearing

Intellectual

Mental Health

  • Department of Mental Health Transition Age Youth Initiative
    The Department of Mental Health Transition Age Youth (TAY) Initiative helps young persons embark on a positive life path into adulthood and toward the goals of personal stability, community housing and employment and positive youth and family relationships.

  • Tip Sheets & Briefs for Young Adults with Serious Mental Health Conditions
    The Learning and Working Transitions RTC at UMass Medical publishes these tip sheets and briefs for young adults (aged 14-30) with serious mental health conditions. Topics include Self Advocacy, Applying for a Job, SSI, IEPs, Mental Health on Campus, Peer Mentoring, etc.

  • Speaking of Hope
    A recovery website for young adults.

  • Voices4Hope
    Voices4Hope is a website for teenagers and young adults with mental health conditions to find resources and information to help them lead happy and independent lives. The website was created and is maintained by four young adults with mental health conditions at the Transitions Research and Training Center (RTC) at UMass Medical.

Special Health Care Needs

Visual Impairment/Blindness

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Last Updated: October 19, 2015

 
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