Transition services are offered to help students and families establish a vision for the future concerning where students will live and work, and how they will participate in their community.
As key members of the transition planning team, you and your son or daughter will help the team identify:
Transition planning must begin by the first IEP in effect when a student turns 16 years old. Most often our transition planning begins between the ages of 12-14. All students should receive transition planning as part of their IEP meetings. The student and his or her IEP team create a vision for the future, and then each year specific goals and services are identified to work toward that vision.
Transition is a process that builds on itself each year, and goals evolve and change as the student gets older and gains new insights.
Transition planning should focus on these issues:
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