About CTIC

Mission: To promote effective transition services through community collaboration for youth that will prepare them for adult life.

Vision: Youth with disabilities will have opportunities for full participation in the community.

Transition is:

  • Planning for Housing
  • Planning for Employment
  • Planning for Transportation
  • Planning for Recreation/Leisure
  • Planning for Post Secondary Education

Who Are CTIC Members?

  • CTIC members are made up of parents and agency representatives from:  social services, advocacy agencies, employment providers, school district transition programs, vocational programs, recreational programs and housing programs.

What are CTIC's Responsibilities?

  • Identify current services, programs and funding sources provided within the community for secondary and post-secondary aged youth with disabilities and their families.
  • Facilitate the development of multi-agency teams to address present and future transition needs of individual students on their individual education plans.
  • Develop a community plan to include mission, goals and objectives and an implementation plan to assure that transition needs of youth with disabilities are met.
  • Recommend changes or improvements in the community system of transitions services.
  • Exchange agency information such as appropriate data, effectiveness studies, special projects, exemplary programs, and creative funding of programs.

Bylaws
CTIC Bylaws

Workplan
CTIC Work Plan 2017 2018
CTIC Work Plan 2016 2017
CTIC Work Plan Summary 2015-2016
CTIC Work Plan Summary 2014 2015
2010-2011 CTIC Action Plan