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Webcasts & Webinars

  • 09/12/19

    Best Practices for Transition Planning for High School Students with Mental Health Conditions

    By: Marsha Langer Ellison and Laura Golden

    Three best practices for transition planning have been identified in research conducted through the Learning & Working RRTC at the Transitions to Adulthood Center for Research (TACR). Student-led IEPS, community partner involvement, and career and technical education predict post-secondary employment and education outcomes among special education students with emotional behavioral disturbance. This webinar will describe the content of three manuals...

  • 03/31/18

    Research to Practice in the NIDILRR Community: Translating Evidence to Support Transitions

    By: Kathleen Biebel

    In this webcast hosted by the Knowledge Translation for Employment Research Center (KTER), Kathleen Biebel provides and update on the knowledge translation strategies they're using in their project titled, Translating Evidence to Support Transitions (TEST) project.

  • 05/31/17

    Research to Practice in the NIDILRR Community: TEST Project

    By: Sloan Huckabee

    In the latest webcast of this series, we hear an update on the Translating Evidence to Support Transitions: Improving Outcomes of Youth in Transition with Psychiatric Disabilities by Use and Adoption of Best Practice Transition Planning – or TEST project...

  • 02/17/16

    Creating Career Pathways for Youth with Mental Health Conditions

    By: Marsha Langer Ellison & Sandra Miller

    The Center on KTDRR at the American Institutes for Research supports webcasts and a Community of Practice that examine issues and challenges around evidence-based practice and vocational rehabilitation (VR). This is the ninth webcast in a series that examines the links between VR research and practice...