Regional Transition Network

The South Western Regional Transition Network serves Coos, Curry, and Douglas counties. It provides technical assistance and support to school districts for students with disabilities who are of transition age. The Transition Technical Assistance Network was created in 2013 to further improve Oregon’s systems of designing and delivering employment services to those with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Learn more about the statewide network here.

The South Western Regional Transition Network provides school staff-level support regarding district transition programs through training events, program reviews, and providing resources to educators. The Transition Network promotes collaboration between schools, community agencies, and non-profit groups to establish a seamless transition of support services when individuals exit school programs. Additionally, the Transition Network provides family-focused, community educational events and resources related to transition and support for individuals that experience disabilities. Find a list of resources here

For more information, questions, or support with your school’s transition needs please contact:

Darci Shivers
Regional Transition Network Facilitator
541-492-6601
darci.shivers@douglasesd.k12.or.us
Douglas Education Service District
1871 NE Stephens St.
Roseburg, OR 97470

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