Resource Fair
Transition Resource

Open House

Students, Parents & Teachers!
Come and meet with representatives from the programs that are available to support students with disabilities after graduation.

 
Date: Wednesday, March 23, 2016
Time: 6:00 pm—8:00pm
Place: SUHSD, District Office (Birch Room)
480 James Avenue, Redwood City, 94062


Scheduled to participate:
  • Community College Student Disability Support Services
  • Employment Support
  • Independent Living Support
  • Adult Agency Programs

If your ILS Student is obtaining a Certificate, talk to these participating agencies:

 

Abilities United
www.abilitiesunited.org

KAINOS Vocational, Day and Housing programs
http://www.kainosusa.org/

Community Gatepath - Autism Social Connection*
http://www.gatepath.org/Autism-Social-Connection

GGRC*
http://www.ggrc.org/

F.H.A.R (Family Housing and Adult Resources, inc)
http://www.fhar.org/

SVS (Social Vocational Services)
www.socialvocationservices.org

The Arc San Francisco
www.thearcsf.org

Focus Day Program (San Carlos)
http://on.fb.me/1SGr3Oe

Foothill College- Tools for Transition and Work Program*
www.foothill.edu/al/ttw

CID (Center for Independence of Individuals with Disabilities)*
http://www.cidsanmateo.org

Para
www.parca.org


If your RSP Student is obtaining a Diploma, talk to these participating agencies:

Department of Rehabilitation
http://www.dor.ca.gov/

Jobs for Youth
http://hsa.smcgov.org/jobs-youth

College of San Mateo- DSPS
http://collegeofsanmateo.edu/dsps/

Canada College DRC
http://canadacollege.edu/disabilityresourcecenter/

Foothill College DRC
www.foothill.edu/drc/

Foothill College Outreach
http://www.foothill.edu/outreach/

CID (Center for Independence of Individuals with Disabilities)
http://www.cidsanmateo.org

Cañada College outreach
http://canadacollege.edu/outreach/

Canada College Financial Aid
http://canadacollege.edu/financialaid/

*Diploma track students with Autism may also be eligible to access services from agencies marked w

Horse Buddies at Webb Ranch

Horses offer youth an unparalleled experience that is both physical and social. Horses are completely in touch with, and aware of, the present moment, and they powerfully invite people to do the same. They are non-judgmental; they do not see status, gender, race or ability; rather they act in response to the environment and energy.

The program provides both physical activity and promotes personal challenges. Our students rotate through three components where they work on art projects, grooming fundamentals and riding experiences that include:
  • Riders learn balance, coordination and self-assurance
  • Riders improve poise posture, strength and flexibility
  • A strong sense of responsibility develops as the rider learns to take part in the care of the horses and equipment
  • Teamwork and cooperation are learned as the rider becomes more independent on horseback
  • Confidence and self-esteem improve, and a sense of accomplishment is felt as new levels of expertise and new goals are met.
  • Located in Portola Valley, our partner, Webb Ranch, provides a warm, friendly, safe and fun family environment, as well as many gentle and kind horses. Webb Ranch has been owned by the Webb Family since 1922, with the 5th generation currently living on the ranch and involved in the daily operations.

Horse Buddies at Webb Ranch

Congratulations to our own Jim Bell!

Jim Bell was honored with the Kent Award on April 1, 2015 in Foster City for his outstanding work on the Adaptive Physical Education Program. We are delighted he has been recognized for his outstanding effort and hard work.

  • Horse Back Riding
Information to be announced

Kent Award Photos

Jim Bell reveiving a 2015 Kent Award

Jim Bell reveiving a 2015 Kent Award