Our staff, in collaboration with schools, vocational rehabilitation, area education agencies, etc. support youth ages 14-24 in developing the skills and confidence they need to reach their postsecondary goals and be independent.
Examples of Youth Transition Services:
- Self-advocacy training and support to become an active, contributing, and driving member of planning for preparing for school, work, or other postsecondary options
- Information and counseling for services and resources available
- Independent living skills training including financial wellness, household management, healthy relationships, and employment skills
We Want to Hear from You!
This survey is for youth/young adults with disabilities in transition, their parent/guardian, and their providers.
“Youth in transition” refers to individuals aged 14-24 who identify as having a disability, and may need assistance with transition from high school to post-secondary life.
The purpose of this survey is to gather the necessary information for Access 2 Independence to understand the youth transition needs of the communities we serve and develop a youth transition program. This data may allow us to apply for future funding and develop community partnerships to better serve youth.
Please take the quick 5-7 minute survey below, your feedback is greatly appreciated!
For more information about Access 2 Independence’s Youth Transition Services contact:
Margaret Nienaber (she/her/hers)
Youth Outreach Coordinator
Cell: (319) 471-3886