[dbmat] Fwd: REGISTRATION NOW OPEN: Transition for School to Adult Life for Students with Visual and Multiple Disabilties, Including Deafblindness

  • From: Melanie Knapp <rmknapp14@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: dbmat@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Wed, 17 Feb 2016 20:03:40 -0600

Transition Transition Transition!!!!!! Check this out!  

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From: <messenger@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: February 17, 2016 at 4:50:43 PM CST
To: Undisclosed recipients:;
Subject: REGISTRATION NOW OPEN: Transition for School to Adult Life for 
Students with Visual and Multiple Disabilties, Including Deafblindness

NOTE:  This message is being sent out to all participants who had attended 
the Accelerating Change Family Leadership Workshop on February 5th.

I just wanted to give everyone a quick heads up about the Transition Workshop 
that's coming up on April 8th - 10th, 2016.

Description: This weekend workshop will help families of students with visual 
and multiple impairment, including those with deafblindness, learn to make 
plans for their family member’s adult life after graduation. The targeted 
audience is families of middle school and high school students who will need 
services and supports in the community for plans other than traditional 
graduation to college and career.

If your child and family fall into the targeted audience for this training, 
then we highly encourage you to consider registering.  If that is not the 
case, then please feel free to share the registration link with those you 
feel it would benefit.  Also, registration is open to any professionals and 
paraprofessionals who work with your child.

More details will be posted to our TSBVI Outreach Workshops and Conferences 
site this week.  Please feel free to contact us if you have questions.

Thanks!

Brian Sobeck
Admin Assistant
Texas Deafblind Project
(512) 206-9225

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