Learning Independent Living and Self-Care Skills in High School Lead to Better Post-Secondary Outcomes for Students with Disabilities

  • CILs can provide one-on-one independent living (IL)-related skill building with youth and may also have any number of additional programs and services that can directly impact IL skills.
  • CILs’ representative can be invited to a transition IEP
  • CILs should be considered as a partner in a state’s interagency teaming efforts

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NTACT: the Collaborative

NTACT: the Collaborative

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NTACT:C is a Technical Assistance and Dissemination project, funded by the OSEP and the RSA, Cooperative Agreement Number H326E140004.