School to Adult Life
Butler County's School to Adult Life Transition Series (S.A.L.T.) and Preparing, Empowering, and Planning for Adulthood Series (P.E.P.A.) are FREE monthly series developed to provide a learning opportunity, along with the resources and guidance, to help families of children with disabilities and students (ages 14-22) to navigate through transition from school to adult life.
The meetings are held on the second Wednesdays of each month from 6-7:30 p.m. at Janet Clemmons Center.
Where: Janet Clemmons Center
282 N. Fair Avenue
Parent Session Topic: Topics will be announced prior to the beginning of the school year. All parents and professionals are welcome to attend these sessions.
Student/Young Adult Sessions: Students are encouraged to attend their own series designed for all learners, taking place the same time as the parents' series. Students will participate in fun and interactive learning activities to help them prepare for the transition from school to adult life.
Students/young adults age 14 and older must be eligible for Butler County DD services.
Contact information for SALT: Patti Shrom, Parent Resource Coordinator, (513) 277-9900, or via email.