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Planning for College: A 4 year Guide

Planning for College: A 4-Year Guide for High-Schoolers With IEPs By Victoria Scanlan Stefanakos
SendPrint thisSave Planning for college takes time and effort. And there are specific things to consider when your child has an IEP. This four-year guide can help high-schoolers (and their parents) keep their eye on the ball.

FSSA names new leadership team for the Division of Mental Health and Addiction

The Indiana Family and Social Services Administration today announced that Zionsville resident Jay Chaudhary, J.D., will serve as the next director of the Indiana Division of Mental Health and Addiction. Chaudhary (pronounced CHAW-dree) begins in his new role on September 9. He replaces Kevin Moore, who retired in April after 35 years of state service. FSSA also announced Rachel Halleck will serve as DMHA deputy director and the division’s chief of staff. “We are excited to welcome Jay and Rachel to continue the build on the momentum of DMHA in serving Hoosiers in a more comprehensive and evidence-based manner,” said FSSA Secretary Jennifer Walthall, M.D., M.P.H. “Jay is a committed patient advocate and expert on innovative system design in mental health and addiction. His willingness to serve as DMHA director couldn't have come at a better time as Indiana focuses on integrated care and improved health outcomes.” Chaudhary is currently the managing attorney for Indiana Legal Serv…

Ticket to Work Tutorials

Ticket to Work Tutorials Learn more about the Ticket to Work program through these self-paced Ticket to Work Tutorials. Whether you are just considering working, ready to find a service provider to help you, are looking for a job, or already working and want to keep on the road to financial independence, these six interactive learning modules will equip you with the knowledge you need to achieve your work goals. Note: The tutorials will open in a new window. View Modules »