- Think College
The national initiative’s website which contains background information, learning modules, databases, and videos for students, families, and professionals.
- Wisconsin Youth First
A website developed by youth for youth. Includes opportunities to become involved with the organization and information on leadership, IEPs, and employment.
We Connect Now
A website dedicated to uniting people interested in rights and issues affecting people with disabilities, with particular emphasis on college students and access to higher education and employment issues.
The Postseconday Education Research Center (PERC) project, coordinated by TransCen, Inc., created an evaluation tool, the Postsecondary Program Evaluation Tool, to help programs identify areas of strength and areas to improve.
The national website for the Association on Higher Education and Disabilities, a professional membership organization committed to full participation of persons with disabilities in postsecondary education. Includes policy information and a white paper on students with intellectual disabilities and campus disability services.
This resource outlines helpful information on postsecondary education for students with disabilities, such as assessing college readiness and understanding legal rights and responsibilities.
- Transition Planning for Students with Disabilities
Information from the Wisconsin Department of Instruction about transition, including the Opening Doors series.
- Waisman Center's Transition Products
Products include youth fact sheets and information on employment, natural supports and high school inclusion, and health.
- Related Journal Articles
The Journal of Policy and Practice in Intellectual Disabilities: Post-Secondary Education and Young Adults with Intellectual Disabilities, December 2012, special issue is devoted to topics about postsecondary education and youth with intellectual disabilities.
The Center on Transition to Employment for Youth with Disabilities Research Brief--The Personnel Factor: Exploring the Personal Attributes of Highly Successful Employment Specialists who Work with Transition-Age Youth.