Rachel Seaman, PhD, BCBA-D

Rachel Seaman is a post-doctoral fellow at the Emory Autism Center. She received her doctorate in Special Education and Applied Behavior Analysis from the Ohio State University, and has published and presented extensively in the areas of educator training, video prompting, and employment supports for individuals with ASD. Her primary role at the Emory Autism Center includes school-based consultation, transition assessments, development of research protocols and evaluation of transition curriculae.



Title: The Transition Process: What to Expect

Purpose Statement: To assist individuals on the autism spectrum and their supporters in understanding the transition process from high school to post-secondary opportunities.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Participants will identify resources that may assist with the transition to adulthood.
  2. Participants will generate a list of goals that will assist in the successful transition to adulthood.
  3. Participants will understand the different steps involved in the transition process.