webinar register page

Webinar banner
What’s Next? Career Development and Transition to Employment for Youth with Disabilities
This webinar will introduce key concepts in career development and transition to employment for youth with disabilities. The session will include three major components.

First, participants will learn about the global context and international policies regarding access to employment for individuals with disabilities, including highlights from the 2011 World Report on Disability and the UN Convention on the Rights of People with Disabilities.

Second, the presenter will share definitions and unique features of career transition for youth with disabilities, drawing on key research in the field.

The third component of the session will utilize an ecological model to describe the critical interactions between individuals and their environments that influence career opportunities, and offer individual, family, school, and community strategies that support improved transition outcomes for youth with disabilities.

Additional readings and resources will be available.

Professional Standards Competency - Diversity & Inclusion

Time Zones


Victoria, New South Wales, Tasmania, ACT - 10:00
South Australia - 09:30
Queensland - 09:00
Northern Territory - 08:30
Western Australia - 07:00


Please visit - www.timeanddate.com

Oct 28, 2021 10:00 AM in Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney

* Required information
Registration fee A$25.00AUD
Pay and Register Secured by


Dr. Lauren Lindstrom
Professor and Dean of the School of Education @University of California, Davis
Dr. Lauren Lindstrom is a Professor and Dean of the School of Education at University of California, Davis. Dr. Lindstrom has focused her career on developing innovative career development programs and improving post school outcomes for young adults with disabilities. Her research examines the interplay of individual factors such as gender, socioeconomic status, disability and family expectations, with system level factors such as school services, educational policies, and barriers in the workplace. She has been recognized nationally and internationally for her work promoting employment and access for individuals with disabilities. Dr. Lindstrom is an affiliated faculty member at the UC Davis MIND Institute, a member of the UC Davis Graduate Group in Education and a Fulbright Specialist in Education.