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Transition to Adulthood Event, April 23, 2022

Adult support, employment, and educational options are available to students after they exit from high school or adult transition programs. Whether a student is working towards a diploma or a certificate of completion, this live in-person event will feature transition information from which ALL students may benefit.

Saturday, April 23, 2022
9 - 11:30 a.m.

Register at

In person, North County Regional Education Center, 255 Pico Ave., San Marcos, CA
Cost: None
Check In: 9 to 9:30 a.m.
Guest Speakers: 9:30 to 10:30 a.m.
Walk About: 10:30 to 11:30 a.m.

English-Spanish Flyer

For information about transition topics, contact the Transition Services Taskforce (contact below). For any other parent/family related questions, contact Heidi Marshall, NCCSE Parent Liaison at or 760-307-1509.


Founded in 2013, by five of the consortiums north county Workability I coordinators, the initial and continuing purpose of the Transition Services Taskforce is to promote collaboration among the following:

  • San Diego Regional Center
  • The Department of Rehabilitation
  • Transition agencies and services
  • School District staff (administrators, teachers, related services)
  • Families (including students)
  • Employers

The benefits of this collaboration are evidenced by increased stakeholder awareness of post-secondary options for transition aged youth, increased development of CIE placements and, when appropriate, early placement of students in supported employment opportunities. 

Partner Contact List (PDF)

Program Information Sheets (PDF)

More information about the Transition Services Taskforce


Karen Thompson
T: 760 290 2242

Nathan Molina
T:  760 436 6136 ext. 6101


Scroll down for the presentation handouts and more resources from the presenters and the Transition Taskforce Partners.

Resources and handouts from participating agencies/programs (2021)

Department of Rehabilitation: DOR


The California Department of Rehabilitation (DOR) works in partnership with consumers and other stakeholders to provide services and advocacy resulting in employment, independent living, and equality for individuals with disabilities.

DOR Information Handouts

DOR Student Services

State Council on Developmental Disabilities: SCDD


The State Council on Developmental Disabilities (SCDD) is established by state and federal law as an independent state agency to ensure that people with developmental disabilities and their families receive the services and supports they need.

SCDD Information Handouts

SCDD Program Brochure



San Diego Regional Center: SDRC

SDRC logo

The San Diego Regional Center (SDRC) is a service of San Diego-Imperial Counties Developmental Services, Inc. SDRC is a focal point in the community for persons with developmental disabilities, (intellectual disabilities, cerebral palsy, epilepsy, autism, or other disabling conditions similar to intellectual disabilities) living in San Diego and Imperial counties.

SDRC Presentation Handout

SDRC Informational Handouts

North County San Diego Regional Center (SDRC) Service Providers (PDF)

Beacons North County



BEACONS, Inc. is a California 501(c)(3) nonprofit public benefit corporation founded in 2018 to provide vocational, recreational, and social activities as well as services to adults with developmental disabilities and their support teams to create pathways and outcomes to improve access to employment, the community and social connections.

Summer workshops 2021 flyer

Beacons and SDRC Pathfinder vocational workshops

Beacons Self- Determination PCP planning program

Community Catalysts


Community Catalysts California serves clients with varied backgrounds, interests, and objectives with the common goal of realizing each individual’s personalized life plans.  We advocate for, empower and support our clients to attain their employment, daily living, and social goals through our services.

Disabilty Rights California WIPA


DRC Work Incentive Planning and Assistance (WIPA) Program offers free individualized work incentives counseling to eligible individuals living in: San Diego, Riverside and Imperial Counties. 

The Work Incentives Planning and Assistance (WIPA) program is a free service that helps Social Security beneficiaries who receive benefits based on a disability make informed choices about their employment goals. 

This program is for individuals currently employed, self-employed, or individuals seeking employment or self-employment.

Introduction to WIPA services handout

Information in Spanish

D'Vine Path


D'Vine Path is a dynamic and comprehensive program for adults with autism, and other disabilities providing vocational and life skills training in agriculture, hospitality & arts.

Program Information Flyer

Miracosta College Disabled Students Programs and Services (DSPS)

miracosta_logoMiraCosta College welcomes students or prospective students to self-identify as an individual with a disability. The DSPS office supports students who experience a variety of disabilities, including but not limited to the following; acquired brain injury, ADHD or ADD, autism spectrum, blind or low vision, Deaf or hard of hearing, intellectual disability, learning disability, mental health disability, physical disability, other temporary or chronic health conditions & disabilities.

Miracosta College outreach handouts

A Guide to Transitioning from High School to College

Zoom Presentation


Vantage Point


Vantage Point Inc. was created to spark social change by increasing the integration of people with disabilities into meaningful jobs in the community. Vantage Point is 501c3 non-profit organization and a vendor of the Department of Rehabilitation of the State of California. The organization was  created out of a need for really unique employment services, connecting people with huge amounts of potential, skills, and drive with employers in the community.

Program presentation handouts