The Medford Public Schools and Winchester Public Schools Offices of Special Education are holding their Annual Transition Fair designed for students 14 years of age and older with disabilities, to help plan for life after high school.

Transition Fair
Wednesday, March 11, 2020
6:00 to 8:00 pm
Winchester High School, 80 Skillings Road

Parents, Guardians, and students are encouraged to attend this FREE event to learn about community-based services available for young adults with disabilities.

More than 25 exhibitors will be in attendance, including the Massachusetts Rehabilitation Commission, the Department of Developmental Services, Autism Housing Pathways, Communitas (formerly EMARC), Triangle, Inc., and many more. These exhibitors will include information regarding support for independent living skills, vocational training, educational programs, housing, and recreational opportunities.

FREE Mini Informational Sessions are also included this year:

6:40 – 7:00 Preparing for Work, Corey Grant Associate Director of Workforce Development, Triangle Inc.

7:10 – 7:30 Supported Decision-Making (as an alternative to guardianship), Emily Berheide, C.P.R. Counselor for Supported Decision-Making

Students and families are encouraged to attend this fair every year as there is always new information available.

For up-to-date information and a complete list of vendors, please visit:

Questions? Contact Charlotte Heim

All are welcome to attend!

transition fair

Source: Medford Public Schools,

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