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Title: Oregons Youth Transition Program YTP New SiteNew Staff Training October 10 2007


1
Oregons Youth Transition Program YTP New
Site/New Staff Training October 10 2007
2
Youth Transition Program (YTP)
  • Oregons YTP began in 1990 in 8 school districts
    with a 4 year OSERS grant state funds
  • YTP is a Partnership including
  • Office of Vocational Rehabilitation Services
  • Oregon Department of Education
  • University of Oregon
  • Local Public Schools
  • Over the last 17 years, YTP has provided direct
    services and OVRS access to over 8000 students
    with disabilities

3
Youth Transition Program
  • Has been implemented in over 80 of Oregon high
    schools
  • Sites receive materials, training, evaluation,
    and technical assistance

4
The Technical Assistance Team at the University
of Oregon
  • Mission of the TA team to work in collaboration
    with OVRS administration to provide training,
    technical assistance, and evaluation services to
    YTP sites statewide in Oregon. The TA team seeks
    to ensure that principles of best practice are
    infused in local activities.

5
MAP OF OREGON
MAP OF OREGON
6
Program Goals
  • Prepare high school youth with disabilities for
    employment or career related post secondary
    education or training. (Service delivery)
  • Create a new pattern of service and systems
    change within schools and communities. (Systems
    change)

7
Students Served
8
Barriers at Entry
9
Outcome Data (July 1, 2005 June 30, 2007)
90
72
62
43
One year after program exit
10
Key Features of YTP Model
  • State level support
  • Matching funding model
  • Dedicated school staff time
  • Collaboration with support agencies

11
Key Features (continued)
  • Career development services
  • Paid employment
  • Positive adult mentoring
  • Flexibility and adaptability per community

12
Rural High School
  • Bandon High School
  • Single school on coast
  • 300 High School students
  • Cranberry Capital
  • Golf Resort

13
Urban High School
  • South Eugene High School
  • Located in Eugene Oregon
  • Attendance 1700 HS students
  • Consortium of 4 High Schools

14
Consortium
  • Lane ESD serves 8 rural High Schools
  • Located in Eugene Oregon
  • Serve a base of 115 clients

15
Single School Contract
  • Vernonia High School
  • 250 students in HS
  • Located Northwest corner of Oregon
  • Isolated area
  • Serves 25 YTP youth
  • City of 2200

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NEW PATTERN OF SERVICE
  • Local teams include
  • OVRS Counselor
  • District Transition Specialist
  • YTP student (and family)
  • Team collaborates in providing
  • Screening and Referral
  • Transition Planning
  • Instruction and Work Experience
  • Support Services
  • Job Placement
  • Follow-up

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Presenting Profile
Jared
18
Pattern of Service
Jared
19
Outcomes
Jared
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Nuts and Bolts of a YTP Program
  • FOR STATEWIDE IMPACT
  • State Level Support From OVRS and DOE
  • Training and Technical Assistance
  • Maintenance of a Database
  • Formal Request for Proposal Process
  • Performance-based Funding

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Nuts and Bolts of a YTP Program
  • FOR LOCAL IMPACT
  • LEA Administrative Support
  • Effective Transition Assessment by LEA
  • Trust and Collaboration Between OVRS and LEA
  • Coordinated Services w/in Schools and Community
  • Support from Business Community

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