Are you and your family in the process of Transition Planning in high school or making the adjustment to adult life? Learn about a variety of adult services that can assist in your transition through high school and plan for your future after high school. Professionals are encouraged to attend to keep up to date about information and resources in Summit County. All students 14-21 with an IEP or 504 & families are welcome to attend this free event!
Today, though, NOD is changing its approach to measurement. If we are to help companies realize new approaches to hiring people with disabilities, we first need to provide them with meaningful real-time data that can directly help guide that approach. It’s why we created the Disability Employment Tracker™.
The Ohio Department of Education (ODE) and Opportunities for Ohioans with Disabilities (OOD) are partnering to improve post-secondary outcomes for students with disabilities, beginning at age 14. This innovative collaboration will change the nature and impact of transition services for students with disabilities in Ohio. The new model will help students with disabilities get a head start on becoming job ready and better prepared to enter the workforce with the skills necessary to be successful in today’s workforce.