Pathways to Adulthood Transition Program

The TxP2P Pathways to Adulthood program assists families to envision a good life for their sons and daughters with disabilities after graduation and provides support, information and tools for carrying out this vision.

Here is how we can help:

Training Opportunities

Pathways to Adulthood offers free, 5-hour workshops across Texas on all major transition topics: funding and long term supports, public school services, legal issues, medical transition and a creative approach to building opportunities for work, an independent home, and networks of support. The workshops are led by parents of youth and adults with disabilities who share their experiences throughout the day.  Check the TxP2P home page for the current schedule of workshops, and let us know if you would like to host a workshop in your area by emailing cynda.green@txp2p.org.

The annual TxP2P Parent Conference includes two days of sessions on transition topics and a program designed specifically for young people who are approaching adulthood.  TxP2P also provides 1-day regional workshops that include transition information. Check the TxP2P home page for the current schedule

1-1 Assistance

Please call or email our office to connect with an experienced parent who can provide other parents with emotional support and advise callers on such issues as deciding about guardianship, applying for SSI, and managing school services. Call 866-896-6001 or email cynda.green@txp2p.org.

Transition Information on the PTA website

Here is a transition time-line to help families get ready for transition, starting at age 6.

Our transition inventory is a tool for parents to assess where they are in planning for their youth's adulthood. It provides transition steps with websites and phone numbers to get started.

Click on the following links for information on these essential transition topics: 

TxP2P also has an online forum where parents swap information via email; register with TxP2P and request to be placed on the transition listserv.

Funded by: Texas Department of State Health Services' Children with Special Health Care Needs Program Contract, Federal Maternal Child Health Bureau Family to Family Health Information Center Grant, and private donations
Evaluation from 2011 Conference Transition Institute facilitated by Rosemary Alexander: “The strongest feature of the Institute was Rosemary's expertise & personal experience. Also the parent presentations encouraged us. Comprehensive overview such as this of all transition issues should be mandated for all parents and not optional for only those who choose to seek this out! Lost opportunities cannot be recovered.” Anonymous, Parent

Check out our video on Facing Transition

Watch our video on Personal Networks

Watch our video on Guardianship Decisions