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Secondary Transition Resources for Life After High School

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Transition in Indiana starts at age 14! Your school should be helping with many of these issues starting at age […]

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Annual Business Partnership

Grant Resources for Families and Individuals

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Here is a compilation of grant sources we know about:   Also, check out Indiana Resource Center for Autism’s grant […]

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Education Resources

School and Education Resources for Parents

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Resources regarding School and Education for Parents     General Web Sites: Indiana Partnerships Center – general resources for children […]

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Training

Toileting Issues

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Below you’ll find an extensive list of Resources for Toileting Issues App: AvaKid See Me Go Potty – create an […]

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