Transition to Adulthood
It is federally mandated that transition planning begins for every student who has an IEP before that student is 16 years old, but there is a need for effective programming and evidence-based curricula to support transition-aged students.
Transition to Adulthood was built around evidence-based practices to meet the needs of individuals with autism spectrum disorder, intellectual disabilities, and developmental disabilities. It uses point-of-view video modeling, task analyses, computer-based lessons, teacher-delivered lessons, and visual supports to teach a range of critical, functional skills in the areas of: Personal Life Skills, Home Skills, Vocational Skills, Community Skills, and Leisure Skills. It also includes an online assessment tool for progress monitoring.