Pocatello Transition Council
The Pocatello Transition Council exists to assist young adult students with special needs and their parents to access services, formulate plans and dream big as they transition from high school to the adult world.
Mission Statement: In order to support community cohesiveness, the Pocatello Transition Council creates opportunities for young adults with disabilities by facilitating positive interaction through community activities.
Vision Statement: We envision a community where all young adults with disabilities can live, work and play as valued contributing members
Transition Council members:
School District #25
Department of Labor
Idaho Vocational Rehabilitation
Idaho State University, Disability Services
Idaho Commission for the Blind and Visually Impaired
This resource manual has been prepared for parents, teachers, counselors, administration, faculty and community services who work with students with disabilities in Pocatello and surrounding communities. Some restrictions or fees may apply to the services listed. Eligibility criteria may also apply. Inclusion in this manual does not indicate an endorsement of a service or agency, nor does exclusion indicate a lack of confidence. We suggest that more than one service provider be contacted when making a major decision and that you refer to other sources, such as the internet or phone book, for additional resources. We have attempted to provide accurate information. This information was compiled Fall 2018. If we have omitted an agency or service that you believe should be included, please contact:
MarthaFae Frymire, PTC Chairman