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Transition Services for Students, Families, & Educators

Easterseals Transition services focus on assisting youth with disabilities achieve personal growth and develop skills that will help them navigate educational, community and career settings. Transition planning is a process that brings together a student and those individuals directly involved in helping the student prepare to enter a post-school environment. It is designed to ensure that the student will be provided with the necessary skills and services to make a smooth transition from school to adult life with as little interruption as possible. Easterseals offers assistance every step of the way.

For more information about how Easterseals MA services and professional staff can meet your specific district and student transition needs please contact:  
Nancy Madar, Director of Community Support Services, 
nmader@eastersealsma.org | 617-226-2858 

Transition Assessment & Training

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Learn more about how Easterseals can help set achievable goals around education, work and community living.

Transition Services for Students & Families

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As students think about what they want to do with the rest of their life, Easterseals is a valuable resource for them and for their families when important questions arise. Click for more.

Transition Services for Educators

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Educators can use Easterseals resources to address the transitioning students' vision for adult living, post-secondary and/or working environments. Click for more.

College Navigator

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Learn more about this innovative post-secondary program that offers individualized support throughout freshman year, providing incentive for students to successfully complete their four-year educational commitment.

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