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School-Focused Programs

For more than a decade, Triangle has provided more than 30 school districts with school-based programs that build critical employment, personal empowerment, and independent living skills in students with disabilities. By partnering with special education experts in the classroom, our programs can help provide specialized instruction/training programs to students that follow evidence-based teaching practices in order to compliment the work already being done in each school.

Why partner with Triangle?

  • Our programs help meet crucial indicators common on many IEPs for high school and transition-aged students.
  • Partnering with Triangle provides an exceptional value to districts at a time when financial resources are limited.
  • Triangle is the only partner who can offer centralized relationship management featuring a broad slate of flexible services that are informed by more than 50 years of experience in the field.
  • Engaging with Triangle brings much needed services to your students earlier in life during a crucial period for social emotional learning and personal growth.

What does Triangle offer?

  • Employment Readiness: In addition to Pre-Employment Transition Services (Pre-ETS), we also offer job coaching/placement services, Career Exploration Workshops, and our innovative School-to-Career program that offers transition-aged students a chance to experience supported employment and support services prior to turning 22.
  • Triangle Abuse Prevention & Safety (TAPS): TAPS gives youth with disabilities the tools they need to stay safe and navigate their communities with confidence. TAPS classes teach students to recognize potentially harmful situations, resist abuse, build healthy relationships, and navigate online communities.
  • Self-Advocacy & Leadership Development: Led by EPIC (which stands for Empowering People for Inclusive Communities), we offer sessions that help students better understand their disabilities as a component of their identity and how to develop their voices as self-advocates in their own lives.
  • Building Inclusive School Culture and Climates: EPIC has been a local leader in providing disability inclusion and ableism workplace trainings for more than 30 community organizations, private businesses, schools, universities, medical centers, and service providers since 2014.

For more information, including pricing, please contact:
John Kaiser, Chief of Advancement & Communications
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Phone: 857-366-0829

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