5th Annual DCDT Transition Conference



NYS DCDT Statewide Conference



Save the Date

Registration and Cost of the Transition Institute are below.
Save money by becoming a member of CEC and DCDT now.
DCDT Member Regular Price (after 9/16/2016) $250
CEC Member Regular Price (after 9/16/2016) $300
Non CEC/DCDT Regular Price (after 9/16/2016) $400
Parent/Family Regular Price(after 9/16/2016) $300
College Student Regular Price (after 9/16/2016) $190


The New York State Chapter of the CEC Division on Career Development and Transition is planning its fifth statewide transition institute in November 2016 in Saratoga Springs at the Gideon Putnam Hotel on November 8 – 10, 2016.  This conference entitled, Partnerships to Leverage Success: A Collaborative Forum, is sure to be a success!

As we plan for the institute, we would like to invite your organization to be a sponsor for the event.  In the past, sponsors have provided funds to support speakers for the conference, hosted breaks/meals and/or have provided materials for conference participants.  The ways that organizations can support the conference are many fold.

As a sponsor, your organization will be acknowledged in the Institute program and on registration materials and other conference related materials, like signage at the conference.

If you would like to be a sponsor, please complete the attached form and return it to Nancy Campbell at NSC@parentnetworkwny.org.  If you have questions regarding being a partner, please contact Susan Barlow (SRB@parentnetwork.org or 716-578-6366) or Susan Locke-Scott (slockescott@e1b.org or 716-462-3727).

In order to include your organizations information on promotional information for the institute, we request that you complete and return the form by October 15, 2016

National Data Shows Kids With Disabilities Face Deep Disparities – Disability Scoop

From Disability Scoop:

“Students with disabilities are more frequently absent from school and continue to be disciplined at far higher rates than their typically-developing peers, federal officials say.  New data released Tuesday from the U.S. Department of Education indicates that kids with disabilities are twice as likely to be suspended and they account for two-thirds of those secluded or restrained at school.”

To learn more, click here.