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The Parent Handbook for the On Campus Transition Residential Program at the District on Kernan

This handbook is a parent’s guide to the On Campus Transition Residential Program option for students with intellectual disabilities attending the University of North Florida. The guide includes a description of the residential program, program rules and regulations, and general expectations for students participating in the residential program

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The UNF Residential Program

The Arc Jacksonville On Campus Transition program at the University of North Florida offers a unique and innovative residential component to the program. Students are given the opportunity to engage in the same experiences of other college students who are learning how to live with their peers, independently from home.

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Florida Independent Living Council Contact List

This comprehensive list provides persons with various contact information regarding referrals, training, and peer support.

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Independent Living

The goals for this module is to make students aware of the skills needed to live independently while attending college.

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On Campus Transition (OCT) Residential Program At The District on Kernan Parent Handbook

This handbook provides parents with needed tools to help their students transition to on-campus living.

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Residential Realities: Learning Independent Living Skills through Real Life Experiences

This presentation highlights the opportunities available to students choosing to participate in The Arc Jacksonville On Campus Transition program on the subject of independent living.

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