The APH ConnectCenter’s 2021 National Transition Conversation is bringing together experts and practitioners in disability, and blindness, and visual impairment, and mentoring for an exciting and informative two-day exploration of the background, innovations, and program implications of peer mentoring as a transition support for youth and students with visual impairments. Drawing on national disability communities’ experiences with inclusive peer mentor programs, the National Transition Conversation seeks to bring innovative strategies and effective practices to the field of Pre-Employment Transition Services (Pre-ETS) and blindness rehabilitation.
Who should register for this event?
- Teachers – register individually.
- Parents – register for yourself or your students.
- Rehabilitiation Professionals – register individually
- Students – 18 years and older can register individually; Under 18 should have a parent or teacher register for you.
Will the National Transition Conversation be recorded?
The sessions will be recorded and made available after the close of the National Transition Conversation on the APH YouTube channel.
Are ACVREP Credits available?
Yes! ACVREP credits are available for this event!