Professional Organizations for Transition

Professional organizations provide information to members and the public in the form of publications, trainings, and conferences. Some organizations provide policy information and recommendations for advocacy for their members. Many organizations have discounted membership fees for parents and university students. If you are not able to join an organization, you can still keep up with what they are doing because most of the organizations have a social media presence–so follow them on Twitter or like them on Facebook.

Here is a list of national and Ohio state professional organizations that secondary special educators and transition personnel may find useful. If you know of other transition-focused organizations that I do not have listed, please add the name and link in the comment section.

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