2021 Alameda County Virtual Transition Fair

2021 Alameda County Virtual Transition Fair

REGISTER HERE: https://tinyurl.com/AlCoTF2021 | Free Admission

  • For students with developmental disabilities and their families, teachers, case managers, and staff to learn about the transition process and adult services in Alameda County.
  • March 13, 2021 Educational Workshops
  • March 18, 2021 Vendor Fair

 

 

Tri-Valley SELPA Virtual Resource and Transition Fair

Saturday February 27, 2021 9:30 am-12:00 pm

For individuals of all ages and their families, the fair will offer links to Pre-recorded sessions, Live Zoom Q & A and a Live Vendor Fair.

If you were unable to join us for the LIVE Event, please feel free to access the Educational Presentations here. 

Links with information on Vendors who participated is in the fair is available here. Any Zoom/Google Meet links are no longer active. 

Professional Development

The Tri-Valley SELPA hosts a variety of professional development events open to staff working in our member districts.  These trainings are also available at no cost to staff of private schools located within our district boundaries.  To sign up to attend a Tri-Valley SELPA training please follow the directions on the flyers.  If there are no directions, please contact the special education department in your district, or the SELPA office.

Make a Difference

The Make a Difference Awards are hosted each April by our Tri-Valley SELPA Community Advisory Committee. They are an opportunity for families to honor teachers, related service providers, parents, and administrators who have made a difference in the lives of their children.  Nominations are solicited in February and March of each year, and all nominees are honored unless they received the award the prior year.

March 2021 Update- the Community Advisory Committee is looking at ways to hold this event Virtually. More information to follow.  

 

From time to time the Tri-Valley SELPA is asked to post information regarding community events for students with disabilities and/or their families.  Some of these events are hosted by member districts and some of them are hosted by community groups or agencies.  The SELPA will share flyers for district events, and for events sponsored by non-profit secular organizations.


Disclaimer: The Tri-Valley SELPA does not guarantee the accuracy of any information contained in these flyers nor does it endorse any of the activities, events, services, products or agencies represented therein.