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Future Planning

Future Planning
Supporting realistic and meaningful goals for your youth's education and vocation.

Tips and Links

Activities For Families

Your Future Now – A Transition Planning Guide for Youth with Special Needs


Activities For Youth

School: Making it work for you! Goal Setting 101 Worksheet Every Experience Counts
 

Tips and Links

Activities For Families

PLAN Worksheets to create understanding and build networks

Activities For Youth

Keep a Work JournalEvery Experience CountsWhat I Need to Tell My School or EmployerInterview Someone Else About Yourself!
 

Tips and Links

Activities For Families

ON TRAC Transition TimelineBC Ministries Transition Checklist

Activities For Youth

How To Get A Social Insurance Number
 

Tips and Links

Activities For Youth

Keep A Work JournalWhat I Need To Tell My School Or EmployerAnother Meaning for HomeworkBeing a VolunteerEvery Experience CountsTips For Getting a Job
 

Tips and Links

Activities For Families

Your Future Now – A Transition Planning Guide for Youth with Special NeedsPLAN Worksheets to create understanding and build networks

Activities For Youth

School: Making it work for you!Interview Someone Else About Yourself!Keep A Work JournalWhat I Need To Tell My School Or Employer
 

Tips and Links

Activities For Youth

Career Planning Suggestions
 

Tips and Links

  • Did you know that if youth have a chronic condition, learning or physical disability, or mental health condition, they can get special accommodations for studying, writing exams, and in case of illness?
  • If you do not register and miss classes, assignments or exams due to illness, youth may not receive any accommodation for marks or course completion.
  • Register early in the term through College or University Student or Disability Services.
  • Learn about Langara Student Services as an example of what one school has to offer – each school is different.
  • Check out this list of Post-Secondary Disability Services Contacts throughout BC.
  • Youth living with permanent disabilities may be eligible for a number of benefits from StudentAidBC.
 

Tips and Links

  • If youth are planning to move away for school, you need to talk to your health care providers and plan ahead.
  • Watch this scripted video about a young woman moving away to college.
  • Find out more about traveling with a medical condition (including travel insurance).
  • If you rely on the BC Family Residence Program to support your travel and accommodation to health care appointments, learn how these benefits change at adulthood.
  • Learn about youth and adult funding for non-emergency specialists visits through the Travel Assistance Program (TAP) – or call 1 800 661-2668.
  • Learn about adult funding for medical travel available through Health Connections.

Activities For Families

PLAN Worksheets to create understanding and build networks


Activities For Youth

Future Plans for LivingPersonal Travel Plans
 

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