Bergen County Transition Fair
Thursday, March 28, 2019
- 9:00 PM
Admission to the Fair is FREE and open to the public (parents and students)! No registration is required.
The purpose of the fair is to provide information to Bergen County families and students about the many opportunities and possibilities that await them as they graduate from high school and enter their adult life, whether that is college, trade school, work, supported employment, a community-based rehabilitation facility or a day program. At this fair, there will be well over 70 vendors with representatives from:
- NJ State and County Agencies including DDD (Division of Developmental Disabilities), DVRS (Division of Vocational Rehabilitation Services), Bergen County Office of Disability Services, Bergen County Workforce Center, Heightened Independence and Progress, NJ Transit/Access Link, etc.
- Colleges, Trade and Technical schools
- Supported Employment Agencies/Vocational Training Programs
- Agencies to address topics such as guardianship, wills, trusts, housing, recreation & leisure, mental health supports, adult day programs, and more............
- Workshops will be offered 6:15-7:15pm & 7:30-8:30pm
1) Social Security
2) DDD and Support Coordination
3) Transition to College and Post Secondary Education
4) Guardianship and Estate Planning
5) DVRS Services
- - Register for these workshops on the night of the Transition Fair.
The more you know, the better you and your child can prepare for the future.
All Bergen County families and students are invited to attend, no registration is required. If you have any questions or need assistance with any accommodations, please contact your District Transition Counselor or Case Manager or Region V at 201-599-0585 x11.
Directions: for GPS use: 99 East Century Road. Paramus
This fair is being co-hosted by the Bergen County Regions, the South Bergen Jointure Commission and the Paramus High School District.
The logo was created by a River Dell HS student.
Basic Needs / Assistance
Employment / Training
Intellectual Developmental Needs
Last Updated: 02/15/19