Meet Our Staff

Rhode Island Department of Education

Jane Slade, MA, CRC
State Transition Coordinator
Education Specialist/Secondary Transition
Office of Student, Community, and Academic Supports

email: Jane.Slade@ride.ri.gov
phone: 401-222-8350
fax: 401-222-6030

255 Westminster Street
Providence, RI 02902

East Bay Regional Transition Center
Steve Morse, Coordinator
144 Bignall Street
Warwick, RI 02886
phone: 401-481-5723
email: smorse@westbaycollaborative.org

Northern RI Regional Transition Center
Jennifer Doucette, Coordinator
144 Bignall Street
Warwick, RI 02888
phone: 401-465-2466
email: jdoucette@westbaycollaborative.org

 

Southern RI Regional Transition Center
Kerri Collins, Coordinator
859 Nooseneck Hill Road
West Greenwich, RI 02817
phone: 401-481-5161
email: kcollins@westbaycollaborative.org

West Bay Regional Transition Center
Therese Curran, Coordinator
144 Bignall Street
Warwick, RI 02888
phone: 401-941-8353 x124
fax: 401-941-8535
email:tcurran@westbaycollaborative.org

R.I. Secondary  Transition & Employment First Twitter Feed

Did you know that Dan and Samuel Habib are producing a new film called My Disability Roadmap? And did you know that they are partnering with MCIE to hold a virtual screening and discussion of this film? Join us on May 26 at 3 pm ET: https://tiny.one/MyDisabilityRoadmap

Enjoyed this interview btw Drs. Sharon Field & Mike Ward on @2BSDonline - Look at the impact when everyone advocates! #StudentLedIEP mtgs is🎯! @AllisonLombardi @VCU_CTI @nelliet11 @ED_Sped_Rehab @JSIiams @ncldorg @OhioEngage @RITransition @tn_transition
https://www.beselfdetermined.com/blog/thinking/an-interview-with-dr-michael-ward/

Thank you to our Regional Transition Coordinator, Kerri Collins for her great work with our awesome Secondary Special Educators yesterday! Lots of great resources and feedback! @RITransition @ameyer1026 @EGPSAsstSuper @KenHopkinsJr @dtober9

https://recruiting.paylocity.com/recruiting/jobs/Details/1095782/West-Bay-Collaborative/Coordinator-of-Adult-Service-Programming

What a way to end spirit week! WWHS has about 1,250 people in it on a daily basis (students & staff combined). Imagine spending 180 days a year in a building that’s such a fantastic place to be, even on the hard days?!? Today was a good day! (Even if the seniors wore purple 🤷🏻‍♀️)

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A great job coach can make a difference for people with disabilities seeking employment! Our leader Laura Owens just spoke in a webinar, Job Coaching 101: A Toolkit for New Coaches by the Hawaii Department of Education, for Educational Assistants & Behavioral Therapists.

Thx for the RT @RITransition. We ❤️ what @AbbyHughesSPED wrote too about how this tool leads to empowering conversations btw #childrenwithdisabilities and their #families! Families could be resources in transition planning too! Its not who you know, but who knows you! Thx again!

Why I feel things are looking up, by @think_inclusive https://weeklyish.substack.com/p/hope-looking-up?r=yu4rv&s=r&utm_campaign=post&utm_medium=web

Building Meaningful Relationships is at the Heart of Teaching Students with Disabilities http://blog.betterlesson.com/building-meaningful-relationships-is-at-the-heart-of-teaching-students-with-disabilities

Creating Meaningful Connections For Healthy Relationships https://www.meetmindful.com/meaningful-connection-key-to-healthy-relationships/

Great line up to prepare for college. Thanks for hosting @RITransition ! @phpeducation @MatrixParents @SupportforFams @WeAreCTA https://twitter.com/RITransition/status/1519374153471692801

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