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Transition
Do you wish someone could show you what a good transition plan looks like?
Are you looking for support in creatively keeping things person-centered?
 
Often times, there is confusion regarding how to plan for transition. By law, transition planning must start at age 14, but in truth, it should always be something that factors into decision making. Often times, staff members are unaware of how to best support a student and family during this critical phase.
Elements of Transition Planning
Developing a person-centered plan
Identifying community and state resources for current and future supports
Creating opportunities to learn and practice skills identified for instruction
Promoting independence in the community, home, and vocational settings
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