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Roadmap to Transition Planning

March 9, 2012 in Special Education Articles by Jess

Transition services are an important part of in helping students with disabilities achieve maximum success as an adult. Transition services are coordinated activities that promote movement from school to post school activities. These activities can include education, vocational training, employment, independent living, community participation and/or adult services. It is important to plan for transitioning into the adult world because each student with a disability requires a different strategy to help them be successful and independent, while living and working in the community. Read the rest of this entry →

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Transition Planning: Getting That First Job

August 4, 2011 in Special Education Articles by Dennise Goldberg

Transitioning into that first job takes time and planning. While the questions to be answered are similar for the individual who has graduated and for those in High School, the preparations are different. Questions include: Is the pursuit going to be part time or with a career-path? What does he or she want to do? What are his or her strengths? Preparations for someone in High School include Transition planning, planning the class schedule towards the job’s entry –level requirements, and really taking time to review what the student might be interested in. Preparations for a graduate focus on employability and include: determining potential career goals, and focused volunteer work.

Where to start?

Has the individual graduated high school? Or do they attend High School? There will be a different path depending on the answer. Read the rest of this entry →

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