This workshop is full and registration is now closed. To be added to a wait list, please email Pam at email@example.com.
Decisions regarding transition can be very difficult to make and the planning requires time and a strong support team. To achieve a successful transition to adulthood, an individual’s transition plan must look at many elements of adult living including employment opportunities, vocational and post-secondary education, where to live and with whom, independent living skills, recreation, leisure activities, social relationships, self-advocacy, health and safety, financial benefits and income planning. Attorney Annette Hines will discuss in a transformative approach elements of transition planning. This is not an old-fashioned lecture (you’ve been to those already). This is your opportunity to ask the expert in a 100% question, answer, and discussion session. You will learn as much from each other as you will from Attorney Hines.
A Full Life Ahead is a workshop series offered by Massachusetts Families Organizing for Change (MFOFC) for parents and guardians of young adults with a disability. The series focuses on transition, employment, housing, friendships and other topics that will lead to interdependent, full lives. Advocates is proud to partner with MFOFC to offer workshops in the Metro Boston/MetroWest region.
Annette M. Hines Esq., Founding Partner of Special Needs Law Group of Massachusetts
Pam McKillop, Family Coordinator, (774) 279-7467
Can't attend in person? We'll have a live recording available on our Facebook page where you can watch anytime during and after the workshop.