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Postsecondary Education

Many high school students with disabilities, including those with deaf-blindness, continue their education in post-secondary schools including vocational and career schools, 2 and 4 year colleges, and universities. While a free and appropriate public education (FAPE) is guaranteed through the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA), once a student graduates from high school public funding is not guaranteed. Some students may be eligible for support from vocational rehabilitation agencies.

College Students Who Are Deaf-Blind

Considerations When Teaching Students Who Are Deaf-Blind

Paths to Transition (Perkins School for the Blind)

CHARGE, Charged, and Charging Forward: Post Secondary Transitions for Our Son with CHARGE Syndrome

Creating Opportunities for Tomorrow: DeafBlind Transition Camp

Guidance and Career Counselors' Toolkit: Advising High School Students with Disabilities on Postsecondary Options

HEATH Resource Center at the National Youth Transitions Center

National Transition Follow-Up Study of Youth Identified as Deafblind: Parent Perspectives

Postsecondary Education Materials Bibliography

Postsecondary Education: Preparation Is a Necessary Ingredient for Success

Students with Disabilities Preparing for Postsecondary Education: Know Your Rights and Responsibilities

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