Transition

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Transition

Taka OkuboUjwala BhalekarJianying Huang

IDEA 2004"A coordinated set of activities for a student, designed within a results-oriented process, which promotes movement from school to post-school activities.Rehabilitation ActAn outcome-oriented approach with a focus on career development, competitive emplyment in the integrated labor market, and self-sufficiency of the individual Massachusetts Special Education LawProvide children with disabilities a free and appropriate public education that meets their unique needsMassachusetts Transition Planning LawAddress the transition planning needs of students with significant disabilities who will be in need of adult services at the time of high school graduation or turning 22. Provides a two-year planning process for eligible students before the student leaves school

* The passage of educational services from high school to adult life* A bridge between the security and structure offered by the school and the opportunities and risks of adult life * School to work and adult life

What is Transition?

Transition

Transition Laws

* Students who are between the ages of 14 and 22* Students who receive special education services* Students who have individualized Education programs.

Who is eligible for Tranistion Services?

* Services school districts must provide to transition-age students in special education * To prepare them for post-secondary education, employment, and independent living

* Postsecondary education* Vocational training* Integrated employment* Continuing and adult education* Adult services* Independent living* community participationThese activities are based on the student's needs, taking into account the student's strengths, preferences, interests, and vision for adult life

What are Tranistion Services ?

IDEA 2004


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