A curriculum designed to teach critical skills to increase independence, community access, and employability.
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.