"BRS prefers to connect with students in their next to last year of school to provide consultation, establish eligibility, and develop an employment plan. Due to capacity issues BRS sometimes has to work with seniors first and move to younger students as we have the ability to do that."
The Bureau of Rehabilitation Services (BRS) often works with youth and young adults while they are still in high school. The links below will provide you with information about BRS Transition Services as well as provide you with tools and information to start planning for postsecondary education and employment.
Some of the documents are from BRS and others have been developed by other agencies or organizations. Anything that has been developed by BRS can be copied.
Brochure and BRS Transition PowerPoints
Secondary Transition School Referral Process
Working With BRS
Finding the right career that successfully meets your skills, interests, aptitudes and limitations can involve a number of steps to achieve. This chart's been developed to help you see the steps that BRS will take with you to reach your goal.
BRS Transition Counselors and High School Liaisons
Frequently Asked Questions
BRS PAS Information
Related Transition Web Sites