The brief goes into detail about the most powerful force in changing transition outcomes for young people with significant disabilities. This brief explains this force is not ultimately found in the transition plans we craft, the educational services we offer, the instruction we provide, or the systems we build, but rather in the expectations and aspirations individual parents hold for their sons and daughters.
Carter, Erik W. and ThinkWork! at the Institute for Community Inclusion at UMass Boston, "Partnerships in Employment: What Matters Most: Research on Elevating Parent Expectations, TASH Town Hall, December 2014" (2014). All Institute for Community Inclusion Publications. 60.