Clark County Families & Educators Training Series

This series provides information and resources to families preparing for their students to transition from school to adult life. This is a collaborative series designed and executed by the Clark County Developmental Disabilities Program, Clark County Parent Coalition (PEACE), Vancouver, Camas, and Evergreen School Districts and ESD 112.

This series runs from October to April each year. Stay tuned for 2024-25 training dates and registration!

Each session in this series will focus on a unique area of the transition. Examples of sessions include:

  • How to navigate the adult service system
  • How to build a whole life following the exit from school
  • Understanding your social security benefits and work incentives
  • Guardianship, ABLE Accounts and Supported Decision Making
  • Guiding your employment services

The information in the sessions are targeted for families and educators, although other community members who are interested in transition are welcome. In addition to the presentation, attendees have the opportunity to network with the presenters and other community members who have attended each session. 

Spanish and ASL interpreters are provided for all sessions in this series. 

 

 

Clark County Community Services
Clark County Family Resources Website
Check out the Family Training Series resource website – a hub for information, community resources and training recordings from the Family Training Series.

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