Dear Parents
Transition to adulthood starts in New Jersey at age 14, but it is recommended that parents prepare and inform themselves about the process well in advance.

MTFODL & the Middletown BOE are hosting a Half Day Transition Conference to be held at Middletown High School South on Saturday, March 21, 2015 from 8:30-12:30. The conference planning committee includes MTFODL, Middletown Student Services, TRFODL, The Arc of Monmouth, POAC and the Family Resource Network. The NJ DOE Office of Special Education Programs is sponsoring our student advocate speakers.

This conference is designed for students with 504 plans, IEP and learning differences. Our Keynote speaker is Jennifer Joyce, Director of Transition Services for DDD/DCF followed by a student speaker.
Following the keynote there will be breakout sessions covering a variety of topics for college and/or vocational interests.
Also offered are workshops for students 14 and over to focus on self-advocacy. (MUST BE REGISTERED)

There will also be resource and information tables

There are a limited number of tickets available, this workshop will be offered to all parents in Monmouth County so please register early.

See attached flyer

Register at:
Please contact if you have any questions or concerns

The MTFODL Special Education Parent Advisory Group
Our network of parents support a spectrum of learning differences including ADHD, dyslexia, behavior issues, and a wide range of specific disabilities.

MTFODL 2015 Meeting Dates
February 5th 10/ February 11th 7:30 pm
April 2nd 7:30 10 am/ April 15th 7:30 pm
June 4th 10 am/June 10th 7:30 pm

Evening meetings are at Panera in Middletown at 7:30 pm and daytime meetings at Talierico’s in Union Square on Rt. 35 from 10 am until 12 pm.
Contact to be added to our email list for meeting minutes and workshop information.
Co-leaders contact:
Stephanie Cartier Karen Antone

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