Rhode Island Parent Information Network (RIPIN)

RIPIN’s mission is to assist individuals, parents, families, and children to achieve their goals for health, education, and socio-economic well-being by providing information, training, education, support, and advocacy for person/family-centered care and system change.

RIPIN is a 501(c)(3), charitable, nonprofit organization established in 1991 by a passionate group of parents of children with special needs. These parents recognized that together they could provide support through sharing essential information and helping to find the resources they needed for their loved ones. This peer model continues to be at the heart of our work and has lead RIPIN’s network to expand statewide. Today we have over 100 employees, most of whom have personal experience caring for a loved one with special health care or educational needs.

www.ripin.org

R.I. Secondary  Transition & Employment First Twitter Feed

Richmond man praised for helping man in need during medical call https://turnto10.com/news/local/richmond-man-praised-for-helping-man-in-need-during-medical-call

🎓Transition Assessment resource highlight (#2): Uncovering Strengths https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JwQjB1bJuXY
Through this resource, you will learn about:
🔸 the importance of strength-based approach
🔸 using strengths for career & transition planning
🔸 assessments to uncover student strengths

❤️ this 3 min video on #StudentLed Conferences. Developing #agency in students! #SelfDetermination Fall #ParentTeacher Conferences- a gr8 place 2 allow our CWDs 2 develop their voice. @RITransition @SPANadvocacy @GAB__on @UnderstoodOrg @1in5awareness https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ju0GlA7wE3w&t=191s

We are thrilled to announce that Therese Willkomm will kick off #ATCNE with: Discovering the Joy of Assistive Technology Making- A Hands-on “AT Makers” Workshop! Register: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/discovering-the-joy-of-assistive-technology-making-a-hands-on-workshop-tickets-171997869257

An important part of your transition planning is including independent & community living. Click the link in bio to watch the full video & learn more about community & independent living!

#pennsylvania #disability #transitionplanning

This week's #TransitionTip is about finding ways to make students' participation in the transition assessment process more accessible via the use of assistive technology.

❤️👇 We're listening Shane Bryan! Thank you for sharing your perspective, purpose and perseverance! #abilitynotdisability #selfdetermination #ICanIWillWatchMe @DisMentors @BroadFutures @fwdworks @PSwan41250789 @RITransition @Patrykschw1 @parentcenterhub @UnderstoodOrg

Want to learn more about Work-Based Learning options for students completing the Alternate Academic Diploma? Register for our free October 14 webcast with @AlisonAGauld from @TNedu! Click here: https://transitiontn.org/webcasts/

🎓 Transition Assessment resource highlight (#1): Transition Assessment Process for Students with Complex Support Needs
https://centerontransition.org/publications/download.cfm?id=160

When your planning for you career after high school, here are some questions to ask yourself !
visit http://transitiondiscoveries.org to learn more!

#disability #DisabilityTwitter #youth #youthadvocacy #iep #adulthood #transition #college #goals

Our latest publication is a Fast Fact on:
Practical Strategies for Trauma Informed Learning Environments
https://centerontransition.org/publications/download.cfm?id=159

We ❤️the look of #selfdetermination from 👉Experts on #Advocacy: What is #SelfAdvocacy, & why is it important? Thx @EasterSealsCTX 4 sharing the impact of Developing Capacity #rock⭐️ https://youtu.be/3aT4deIYe-0 @ncldorg @parentcenterhub @ED_Sped_Rehab @IMD_VDOE @RITransition

Session 1: Supported Decision-Making: From Justice for Jenny to Justice for All with Jonathan Martinis https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/7416329397835/WN_1sxNz4IxR72XnwZ7C4uhvQ?t=1633358703148

This week's #TransitionTip is about creating a self-care box for students to practice self-regulation and self-care.

For more ideas on creating trauma-informed learning environment, check out our recent topical paper: https://buff.ly/2XGm1eL

School suspension of 5-11 year olds is shockingly high, and extremely detrimental even 10 years later. In my recently published paper with Megan Andrew in Youth & Society @SAGEJournals, we investigate the long-term scarring effects of suspension & expulsion of kids in grades K-5.

These Microsoft stickers make computers easier to use for people with disabilities https://www.fastcompany.com/90679138/these-microsoft-stickers-make-computers-easier-to-use-for-people-with-disabilities

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