Transition planning is an outcome oriented process which is designed to promote success in the post school environment.
Planning is student-centered and based on the individual student's needs, preferences and interests.
Who might need Transition Planning?
- -Any at risk youth that would benefit from additional support.
- -Students who have required individualization in their educational programming such as an ILP.
- -Families looking to create a collaborative plan for the future.
The Transition Planning Process Should:
- -Begin at age 14.
- -Involve the student as much as possible in setting personal goals and setting a plan of action.
- -Reflect the strengths, skills, interests and needs of the student.
- -Identify realistic outcomes for work, further education or community living that are attainable given appropriate supports.
- -Provide critical information for developing appropriate IPP goals and objectives, including current assessment.
- -Define actions needed to help the student achieve their goals.