Transition Resource Centers for Deaf and Hard of Hearing
The National Deaf Center offers technical assistance and disseminates information to individuals who are deaf, families, and professionals. The Center draws their resources from evidence-based strategies which support postsecondary outcomes for people with hearing loss.
The Laurent Clerc National Deaf Education Center is a division of Gallaudet University. Its primary purpose is to improve the quality of education for deaf and hard of hearing students from birth through age 21. An array of resources are available through the Center that address areas including literacy, language, family, and multicultural considerations to support students in the transition process.
The National Technical Assistance Center on Transition (NTACT) assists service providers in implementing evidence-based and promising practices ensuring students with disabilities, including those with significant disabilities, graduate prepared for success in postsecondary education and employment.
The Lifespan Transitions Center works to equip communities to support the successful and unique transition of individuals with disabilities to ensure they can live their best lives for their whole lives. This is done by being agency-neutral, outcome-focused, and person-centered in offering resources, training, and technical assistance to create successful support systems that incorporate community living and employment.
The Assistive Technology & Accessible Educational Materials Center (AT & AEM) is a centralized, responsive, resource center that empowers individuals with disabilities by providing accessible educational materials, access to assistive technologies, and highly specialized technical assistance and professional development support.