March 10 — Bilingual report: What Comes After High School for Students in Special Education?

February 1, 2018

Resources Available at the 2017-18 “Transition Fair” in Camarillo

CAMARILLO — It’s never too early to learn about resources for students with disabilities after high school. Help your high school student prepare for a quality adult life they envision by attending the Annual 2017-2018  Ventura County Transition Fair. This is an opportunity for parents, teachers, care-providers and students in special education to learn about the process and support available from various community and government agencies when transitioning to adult life.  Attend this free event to meet with the representatives from more than thirty different adult service agencies in Ventura County.

WHAT: 2017-18 Ventura County Annual Transition Fair – Open House to visit agency tables plus Breakout Sessions

WHO SHOULD ATTEND: High School and Post-Secondary Students who will earn a diploma or who will/ have earned a certificate of completion, Parents/Guardians, Care-Providers, Teachers, Pre-professionals, Para-professionals and Other Professionals.

WHEN: Saturday, March 10, 2018 • Open House from 9:00 am – 12:00 pm

WHERE: Ventura County Office of Education Conference and Educational Services Center • 5100 Adolfo Road, Camarillo, CA 93012

Breakout Sessions

  • New this year: “Hear My Story”- An adult with disabilities will share his  journey into adult life.
  • Core Partners Collaboration- Your local TCRC, DOR, Rainbow Family Resource Center and School District representatives
  • Transition Planning- IEP Process
  • Student Transition Activities

 Meet representatives from the following agencies:

  • Department of Rehabilitation
  • Tri-Counties Regional Center
  • Colleges
  • Ventura County Behavioral Health
  • Public Health

…and new agencies this year are:

  • Actors for Autism
  • Pathway, UCLA Extension

About the Ventura County Special Education Local Plan Area (SELPA): The Ventura County SELPA office is responsible for the implementation of the Ventura County Special Education ?Local Plan, and for ensuring a free appropriate public education to all students with identified disabilities according to the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act PL 94-142 (amended by PL 108-446, 2004).  The Ventura County SELPA is the second largest multi-district SELPA in the state, serving over 17,300 students with disabilities in the 19 districts in Ventura County, the Ventura County Office of Education and the Las Virgenes Unified School District in Los Angeles County. Learn more at


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