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Let Us Introduce Our Community Based Transition Program


 

Community Based connections and experiential learning address:

~ Employment

~Adult Daily Living Skills

~Safety

~Self Determination

~Self Advocacy

~Community Access

~Communication Skills

~Consumer Skills

 

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From Our Principal - Connie Fasanella

Students who find a community based transition program most meaningful:

  • intend to live an independent, self-determined life,
  • have participated in successful work based learning experiences during high school,
  • currently work or plan to work in their community,
  • are eligible to work, or are willing to pursue eligibility,
  • currently use, or will use adult forms of transportation to travel in their community,
  • do not display unsafe behaviors,
  • are active participants in their transition planning,
  • do not require continuous one to one intervention or assistance and,
  • have their long term support team participate in all transition planning.