Upcoming Events and Training
2020 Hartwick Symposium: Choices and Voices through a College Education
During this one-day symposium college-age students with intellectual disability, their families, IPSE faculty and staff, and community agency stakeholders will choose from session topics including succeeding after college, guardianship, benefits planning, program sustainability, universal design for learning, teaching and modeling boundaries, health literacy…
FCIHE Webinar: Students with Intellectual Disabilities in a College Course? Sure! But How Do We Do It?
Come join faculty from three different institutions of higher education. They will address the challenges and practical solutions for faculty and by faculty to engage and teach students with intellectual disabilities in postsecondary courses.
Webinar: A Look at Transition Related Resources & Beyond for students with disabilities in FloridaView Event
Hartwick Series: Secondary SymposiumView Event
2019 Hartwick Symposium Series: Family Focus and Self-AdvocatesView Event
Reality Check at College & Q&A with Dr. Becht Webinar
FCIHE–Reality Check at College & Q&A with Dr. Kathy Becht — 1-29-2019 FCIHE–Reality Check at College & Q&A with Dr. Kathy Becht — 1-29-2019 Posted by FND PSN on Tuesday, January 29, 2019
FCIHE/FND Webinar Luncheon Series
Please save the date for a series of informative webinars. Students with Intellectual Disability are attending college at an increasing rate. Tune in to find out the answers to your questions on transitioning your students from K-12 to College Readiness….
Resources Available Webinar
FCIHE–Resources Available w/Dr. Kathy Becht Posted by FND PSN on Tuesday, January 15, 2019
FCIHE Independent Living & College SuccessView Event
College Coursework for Students with Intellectual DisabilityView Event
What Florida Colleges Can My Young Adult Attend? Webinar
There are 14 inclusive postsecondary education programs in Florida’s colleges to-date. Join us to learn about program components, residential opportunities, and differences in programs, to be able to assist your son or daughter in the best college ‘fit’. Attendees will receive resources…
How to PAY for College? Scholarships, Financial Aid, & More! WebinarView Event
What’s the Difference Between High School & College? WebinarView Event
What Do Graduates Receive? WebinarView Event
Why College? WebinarView Event
2018 Hartwick Symposium Series: Secondary and Family Focus
The 2018 Annual Hartwick Symposium: Family Focus is a one-day symposium for families and students of postsecondary options and resources leading to employment and career opportunities for students with intellectual disability. Please see the updated agenda at a glance below….
2018 Hartwick Symposium Series: Secondary
The 2018 Annual Hartwick Symposium: Secondary is a one-day symposium for secondary educators to learn about Florida’s postsecondary options and resources for students with intellectual disability.
Florida Postsecondary Comprehensive Transition Programs (FPCTP) Midyear Check and Connect InstituteView Event
25th Annual DCDT VISIONS Conference 2018
Florida Division on Career Development and Transition (FLDCDT) is proud to announce the upcoming annual VISIONS Conference to be held at the Daytona Beach Hilton from May 2-4th, 2018. Please visit the conference website for more information: VISIONS Annual Conference…
2018 SEPSEA Capacity Building Institute
The 2018 Southeastern Postsecondary Education Alliance (SEPSEA) Capacity Building Institute will be taking place in Memphis, Tennessee on April 19th and 20th. More information can be found on their website, found here: https://www.sepsea.org/
2018 Hartwick Symposium Series: Self-Advocates
The Annual Hartwick Symposium Series 2018 is a set of annual symposiums conducted to meet the needs of students with intellectual disability, families, and professionals. There are two Hartwick Symposiums in the series, one designated Self-Advocates and one designated…
2018 FL SAND “My Voice Matters” Conference
Self-advocates of Florida — save the date for the 6th Annual FL SAND Conference, which will be February 2-4, 2018, at the Florida Hotel and Conference Center at the Florida Mall in Orlando. All self-advocates in Florida are invited to…
FCSUA Florida Postsecondary Education Program Planning Institute
The purpose of the Florida Postsecondary Education Program Planning Institute is to increase understanding of resources available for and facilitate planning and implementation of Florida Postsecondary Comprehensive Transition Programs (FPCTP) for students with intellectual disabilities in all types of postsecondary…
FCSUA Regional Professional Development and Technical Assistance Workshops
Who – Career Technical Center, State College, and University faculty and staff, disability service providers, special populations coordinators, administrators, K-12 educators and staff Purpose – To address the immediate need for information regarding FCSUA resources and program development, we are…
2017 FCIHE Summer Institute
Registration is now at capacity!! Presentations and Handouts from the Summer Institute are now uploaded. Please follow the links below to access two PowerPoint presentations and six corresponding handouts. State and National Policy Initiatives State&Nat’lPolicy PPT Florida IPSE Programs…
“Supporting Choices” Workshop
You are invited to attend the “Supporting Choices” Workshop scheduled Friday, July 14, 2017, in Orlando at the Hilton Garden Inn, near UCF. The purpose of this workshop and other “Supporting Choices” downloadable resources at www.supportingchoices.org is to assist transition…
6th Annual Hartwick Symposium
The Florida Consortium on Inclusive Higher Education hosted the Hartwick Symposium on September 29 – October 1, 2016 in Miami, FL. Please visit the Conference Proceedings page to view presentations from the symposium.
CTP Application and Webinar
HEA allows an eligible student with an intellectual disability attending an eligible comprehensive transition and postsecondary (CTP) program to receive aid from the following Title IV programs:
Mini Grant Web Meeting
Mini Grant Web Meeting with Kathleen Becht & Rachel Rippey