Flagler Community Transition Team

The mission of the Flagler Community Transition Team (FCTT), is to facilitate a forum for communication, cooperation and collaboration among multidisciplinary agencies and community businesses serving the youth of Flagler County. The intent of the mission effort is to achieve community business and interagency networking to improve career opportunities for successful transition to gainful employment.

The FCTT first came together in the 2002–2003 school year. Since then, the team has been meeting once a month, or quarterly throughout the school year. Early on Partners-In-Transition (PIT), and more recently Project 10 Transition Education Network, have guided us in setting goals and taking action steps to create smooth transitions for students with disabilities from high school to independence and full community inclusion. Statistics of the under- and unemployed status of these individuals are simply unacceptable. The team realizes that becoming independent with higher living standards includes all of the following:
  • Higher Education
  • Specific Trade/Vocational Skills
  • Independent Living Skills
  • Health Skills
  • Transportation
  • Identifying Funding Resources
  • Self-Advocacy
  • Emotional Stability/Care
  • Community Connection
  • Local Business Connection
  • Support Groups
  • Recreational Resources
  • Accommodations
  • Disability Civil Rights

For additional information about Flagler Schools Transition Programs, please contact Dr. Kimberli L. Halliday at 386-446-6742.
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