Is there something about you that you really want your IEP team to know? The I'm Determined Project provides resources to help you plan and be an active member in your own IEP meeting. Resources include templates for Elementary and Secondary for you to complete before your IEP meetings. These templates can help identify information that will be important for you to share during your meeting. Fill these out before your IEP and you have a great handout to give to the IEP team members. Areas that are addressed include your strengths and weaknesses, preferences, friends, and goals for the future. You can work on these by yourself or with a parent or a favorite teacher.
Autism Society Central Virginia is celebrating over 30 years of non-profit services, advocacy, and support to children, youth, and adults with autism, their families and the professionals who serve them. We are a local affiliate of the national Autism Society, founded in 1965.
Since 1989, College Living Experience (CLE) has been providing transition supports to young adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder, ADHD and other varying exceptionalities. Our success as the industry leader stems from our commitment to remain focused on the potential of each individual we serve. Over the years the evolution and innovation of CLE services has been based on our mission which inspires us to reach beyond the boundaries of the traditional supports.
The Virginia Education Wizard was created to help you understand more about yourself and find out how to achieve your goals.
Virginia Career VIEW (Vital Information for Education and Work) is recognized as the Commonwealth's Career Information Delivery System for all students in grades K-8 in Virginia. We are located at Virginia Tech as part of the College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences in the School of Education.