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To provide innovative, high-quality transition support services to students with disabilities. Emphasis is placed on developing the skills necessary for achieving successful post-secondary outcomes. Outcomes may include, but are not limited to, employment, post-secondary education or training, vocational training, and independent living. All services will be provided in a manner consistent with student-centered planning and will reflect the student’s unique characteristics, talents, interests, and desires.
Transition services refers to those programs, activities, and services that are specifically designed to prepare and support students with disabilities in their transition from high school to adult roles.
- Assisting students in identifying a post-secondary vision for themselves based upon their strengths, preferences, interests, and needs.
- Assisting students in identifying their transition-related needs and in planning for their transition.
- Providing instructional opportunities to students so that they may acquire skills necessary for adult life.
- Providing opportunities for career awareness, career exploration, and the development of appropriate work behaviors and marketable job skills.
- Facilitating linkages with adult services, vocational training, and post-secondary education providers.
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