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Integrating Service Systems at the Point of Transition for Youth with Significant Support Needs: A Model that Works

Presents a “Transition Service Integration Model” for individuals needing significant support.  The model integrates the resources of public schools and rehabilitation and developmental disabilities systems.  School districts form a partnership with non-profit community rehabilitation agencies to work together during students’

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