After high school
Georgia Asperger's Organization
  1. Life Skill Training offered
  2. Social Skills Training available
  3. Private Job Coaching available
  4. Supported Employment Coaching
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Where Do I get
Call 770-307-0672
to schedule a meeting
and discuss the
benefits of Self
Determination and
preparing for a Person
Centered life with your
unique and
personalized PATH
Discover the benefits of
Supported Employment

Become a member and join
GA-APSE Conference
Building a Brighter Future
     after High school

October 25,  2012- Gainesville
    11:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.
Save the Date!
Conversations That Matter:
Building a Brighter Future after
High school

Hear about new statewide initiatives
and current priorities from David
Blanchard, the new Deputy
Assistant Commissioner of the
Department of Behavioral Health and
Developmental Disabilities.

Receive the most current information
on the Georgia Inclusive Post-
Secondary Education Consortium
from the Center for Leadership in
Disability-Georgia State University.

Network with other advocates in the
community who care about the future
of adult services for people with
developmental disabilities.

Learn about how you can get
connected to statewide advocacy
efforts for home and community
based services.
Conversations That Matter:
Partner's in Policymaking

October 2014 Gainesville
Time & Date TBA
The Oaks at
Lanier Charter Career Academy
2719 Tumbling Creek Road
Gainesville, GA 30504
Become familiar with
Post Secondary Options and
start helping
your loved one plan
for their future.
Career Connections for
High school graduates
who are not
attending college
Project SEARCH is an
Internship Program for
high school students
transitioning from high
school into the workforce.
See FOX News story from
Gainesville, GA.
T.A.P. (Transition Awareness Program)
Club is here to help make transitions
after high school smoother.

Georgia Asperger's Organization's T.A.P. Club
meets the first and third Thursday monthly 7:00 pm
8:30 pm

Benefits you gain from attending our NEXT S.T.E.P.
Transition Group

1. Members develop self advocacy skills
2. Learn about self determination and how to take
charge of planning your life after high school
3. Prepare to live independently and successfully as
an adult.
4. Have fun with team building activities
5. Leadership building opportunities for everyone
6. Community service volunteer projects and much
This transition curriculum is ideal for high school
age students and young adults.
Everyone is welcome to attend, however limited
space is available.
Please call or email for registration and application.