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Supported Education for Young Adults with Serious Mental Health Conditions

The transition to adulthood is a critical life stage when the learning that occurs, both in school and in the larger world, lays an important foundation for people’s future work life. This archived webinar series from the University of Massachusetts Medical School’s Transitions Research and Training Center explores the state of the science and practice of supported education and related strategies for achieving post-secondary education goals of young adults with serious mental health needs.

Past Event
September 2, 2016, 8:00 am

logo-umass-medThe transition to adulthood is a critical life stage when the learning that occurs, both in school and in the larger world, lays an important foundation for people’s future work life. This archived webinar series from the University of Massachusetts Medical School’s Transitions Research and Training Center explores the state of the science and practice of supported education and related strategies for achieving post-secondary education goals of young adults with serious mental health needs.


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