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Planning A Life Conference (PAL)

Multicultural College students, male and female

Offered three times each year at locations across the state, Planning A Life is a two-day Transition planning conference with information and resources for families, educators and professionals.

Topics include:

  • Creating a Vision for life beyond High School
  • Transition Laws
  • Transition assessments
  • The MA Transition Planning Form and IEP goals
  • Post-Secondary Education and Career preparation
  • Community connections
  • Family involvement

Registration for the last 2017 conference has now closed. Please check back next year for more information or send an email to info@fcsn.org.


Transition planning begins when a student on an IEP turns 14 and continues throughout their high school and young adult years. It is important that families, students, and professionals use this time to collaboratively plan a post-secondary vision in preparation for life after high school. The process can be overwhelming, so connecting students and families to resources, information, and services is a central goal of Planning a Life.

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