Image from: www.projectmanage.com Transition Years Transition: Service vs. Location Preparing students with disabilities for the transition from school to the adult world. By age 16, every student will have an Individualized Transition Plan (ITP) along with his/her Individualized Education Plan (IEP). Instruction for the ITP goals is designed to support the student’s transition from the public school system to postsecondary adult life. This instruction can occur in various environments including classroom, community, or both; determined with input from the entire IEP team (including student, family, teacher(s) and program specialist). Protocol for Placement in Transition Image from: www.pncmy.org Review Transition Brochure Case Manager completes transition questionnaire Review of Records/Units Obtain input from a transition teacher Parent/Adult student completes transition questionnaire Contact Program Specialist to schedule a team meeting An Informational Guide Vanessa Buitrago Supervisor, Special Education For students with disabilities from 18 to 22 years of age. 5735 47th Avenue Sacramento, CA 95824 Program Options A. Staying in the current HS Setting a. Redesign the program to meet the student’s transition goals. b. Primary service on enclosed campus c. Work experience through the WorkAbility program. B. Community Transition Class a. Majority of instruction occurs in community b. Program is likely to include vocational training, bus/light rail training, independent living skills, social and recreational skills, and safety and abuse awareness lessons. C. Functional Transition Academic Class a. Functional Academics in classroom setting D. Transition Partnership Program (TPP) a. Based on referral & application b. Department of Rehabilitation eligible c. Student is anticipated to receive a HS Diploma Eligibility Criteria For Program Options B and C Age 18+ by the start of the new school year Attendance in Good Standing At least 2 out of 4 years of some transition instruction in high school Review of Records/Units Anticipated Certificate of Completion, not HS Diploma Input from IEP team and authorization from Program Specialist is needed for a change of placement outside of the high school setting PREPARING FOR ADULT TRANSITION Increase student’s opportunities for independence at home and on campus Increase student’s responsibilities o Carrying backpack, wallet, belongings Opportunities for self-advocacy and choice making Provide work skill opportunities on campus or at home Community Transition Class Locations Burbank Adult Transition Class 3500 Florin Road, 95823 Based from a classroom just outside of the main Burbank campus. CSUS Adult Transition Class 6000 J Street, 95819 Based out of a portable building on the CSUS campus; non-academic. Duplex Adult Transition Class 2200 11th Avenue, 95818 Based out of a residential duplex near Sacramento City College; non-academic. Johnson Adult Transition Class 6879 14th Avenue, 95820 Based from a classroom on the Hiram Johnson campus. Functional Academic Transition Class Burbank Adult Transition Class 3500 Florin Road, 95823 Held in a classroom just outside of the main Burbank campus. TPP See your current high school for information.