Transition Planning for Adulthood in the IEP: Series Intro

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Transition planning sets the stage to get students where they want to be upon aging out of the school system. Depending on the state, transition planning becomes a part of the IEP by the age of 14 or 16. Some school districts take the transition planning process and knock it out of the ballpark. Some school districts barely meet minimum requirements. Regardless of your situation, the more you know, the better you can prepare and advocate for a successful transition into adulthood.

Related LOMAH Content & Resources:

Podcast Episodes:

Episode 69: Self Determination with Complex Communication Needs

Episode 53: Is Technology the Caregiving Solution

Episode 49: Person Centered Planning

Episode 32: High School Time Crunch

Episode 31: Transition Planning to Guide IEP Goals

Episode 30: Legal Rights After 18

Episode 29: College of Adaptive Arts

Episode 28: College and High School - A Student’s Perspective

Episode 26&27: Transition Programs at UC

Episode 25: Think College

Informational Articles:

ITP Series - Overview

ITP Series - Assessments

ITP Series - Writing Goals

ITP Series - Interagency Collaboration

THIS SHOW IS PART OF A 12 EPISODE ADULT TRANSITION SERIES IN SEASON 3