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Achieva offers informative resources from each of the families within our organization. Filter by keyword, category or topic to assist in your search.

Future Planning Conference 2023 - Empowering People On The Autism Spectrum

October 5, 2023

Achieva Family Trust's 3rd Annual Future Planning Conference focuses on Empowering People on the Autism Spectrum. Topics include future planning, supporting young people as they enter college or work.

Preparing Your Child for College

August 4, 2023

Planning for College with Achieva

August 1, 2023

Access to Higher Education Using Medicaid Waiver Funding

May 25, 2023

If you have an adult child who receives Medicaid waiver funding, you may be able to use those funds for payment of higher education tuition, fees, and support services.

Employment Outcomes for Students in Inclusive College Programs

May 25, 2023

Using the IEP to Pay for College

May 25, 2023

Understanding The Basics of OVR

January 18, 2023

Are you a person with a disability who is interested in knowing more about college or working? Would you like to know how to tap into available resources from OVR? If so, this presentation is for you!

Preparing Transition Students and Young Adults for the Workforce, and to be Financially Successful

December 6, 2022

This presentation covers different Medicaid categories including Healthy Horizons and Medical Assistance for Workers with Disabilities (MAWD), CHIP, and Waiver.

Future Planning Conference 2022 Focus on the Future

November 1, 2022

504 Plans

December 20, 2021

A student who does not qualify for special education services via an Individual Education Program (IEP) may still qualify for services under a 504 plan.

Planning for Graduation and Post-Secondary Life

July 12, 2021

A transition plan is a key component in an IEP (Individualized Education Plan) beginning when the student turns 14 years of age.

Post-Secondary Education

July 12, 2021

For students with intellectual/ developmental disabilities who, like their peers, dream of going to college, there are increasing numbers of programs that offer inclusive experiences.