Increasing Self-Advocacy in Health Care Transition Webinar

Increasing Self-Advocacy in Health Care Transition

  • an Ask the Experts webinar hosted by TASN providers KSSC & Families Together

Many Kansas educators, service providers, and families are looking for ways to improve the quality of life for youth with disabilities.

Youth experience many challenges in their life when transitioning to adulthood. Conquering health care will be just one challenge. However, the added dynamic of having a disability may make their transition more difficult, if he or she is not adequately prepared. Join the expert, Tami Schwindt from Families Together on March 28 at 1 p.m. to hear about strategies that help youth with disabilities become effective heath care self-advocates.

When youth with disabilities have a health care transition plan and have effective health care self-advocacy skills, they have taken another step toward improving their quality of life.

Who should log on:

  • Transition specialists
  • Special educators
  • School-based health professionals
  • 504 case managers
  • Guidance counselors
  • Other school leaders concerned with improving health care services, post-school outcomes, and overall quality of life for youth with disabilities
  • Parents or guardians of youth with disabilities
  • Community service providers

How to log on:

Thank you for all you are doing to improve the quality of life for youth with disabilities. See you March 28 at 1:00 p.m.

TASN Provider KSSC

kssc@secondaryconnections.org

785-864-8084

This event is offered as part of KSDE TASN’s support for the State Performance Plan. To learn more visit www.ksdetasn.org

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