Click the Image Above to Download the Institute Call for Presentations Document

Submit a Proposal

OPTION 1: Submit a Proposal Electronically - Click this link to submit your proposal through constant contact!

OPTION 2: Complete Fillable PDF - Click this link to type into a fillable PDF. Save the document to your computer and email it to katelyn@nyrehab.org.

OPTION 3: Complete Fillable PDF - Click this link to type into a fillable PDF. Print the document and fax it to 518-426-4329, ATTN: Kate Connally.


Submissions will be reviewed by the Institute Collaborators and you will receive notification of acceptance or denial by email on or before May 15, 2017. 

Questions? Contact Kate Connally at 518-449-2976 ext. 104 OR katelyn@nyrehab.org

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Submit a Session Proposal Today and Share Your Expertise at the 2017 Transition Age Youth Institute

The 2017 Transition Age Youth Institute: Knowledge is Power: Living, Learning & Earning offers professionals in the field of rehabilitation the opportunity to:

ENHANCE knowledge through interactive discussions in critical areas such as CTE & employment, inclusion, life-enrichment, literacy and managed care;

REFLECT AND DELIBERATE on the challenges and rewards of innovative designs and youth service delivery models;

COLLABORATE across all interested stakeholders;

SHARE, CAPTURE AND TAKE BACK experiences, strategies and informational tools that will successfully move transition services forward.

Topics of Interest:

The Institute Collaborators seek presentations that address the following topics:

  • Emerging Trends and Practices with School Systems


  • Community Inclusion Strategies

  • Human Trafficking

  • Homelessness

  • Youth Guided Peer Services

  • Developing Transition Plans & Practices

  • Supported Decision Making

  • Peer Advocacy and Mentoring

  • WIOA and Youth Focused Opportunities

  • Transitioning Youth from School to Other Services

  • Respite for Youth

  • After-School Supports for Youth with Disabilities

  • Work Readiness v. Work Experience and CDOS Planning for the Future