“Graduates Timeline” Helps Students with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Transition from School to Adulthood

New Jersey’s Division of Developmental Disabilities, an agency within the Department of Human Resources, provides public funding for services and supports that assist New Jersey adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities who are aged 21 and older to live as independently as possible.

The New Jersey Division of Developmental Disabilities recently issued the 2017 Timeline for Graduates Aging Out of the School System, also known as the “Graduates Timeline.” This annual timeline is issued to help students with intellectual and developmental disabilities, and their families in planning for the transition from school to adulthood.

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The Graduates Timeline is annexed here – 2017 Timeline for Graduates Aging Out of the School System

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