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Youth Transition Self-Assessment Youth Self-Assessment

Welcome to Nebraska’s self-assessment process for youth with special needs
who are transitioning to adult life and adult living.

This process will help you:

  • Assess your service needs
  • Direct your own services delivery
  • Match service needs with Nebraska’s resources
  • Find service providers in your geographic area
  • Make decisions about your future living situation and needed supports

How to Assess Your Needs

This is an exciting time for you. You are about to transition to the adult world. It is very important that you plan for this transition and use all the resources available to you during this planning time.

Your school staff-teachers, therapists, nurses and others are key people in helping you develop your school transition plan so that you can have services in place when you need them. This is a very big step and you will find it takes time to access each needed service or support. So planning ahead is a great idea.

Your answers to the following questions will help assess your service needs. You may skip the sections where you do not have concerns. Now we can begin to help you find your service resource options.

Youth Self-Assessment
Connect to the services you need today!

Looking for more information? Visit the Answers4Families website. There you will find information for families who have special concerns for the well-being children, parents, dear friends, or neighbors. Each area provides information related to the complex experiences related to caregiving.

Center on Children Families and the Law - University of Nebraska-Lincoln 206 S. 13th St. Suite 1000
Lincoln, NE 68588-0227 - Phone: (800) 746-8420 - Tollfree: (402) 472-0844 in Lincoln
Answers4Families  NE Health and Human Services  CCFL web site