By PhD, Christy Mahanay-Castro
Getting ready scholars with disabilities for grownup residing is a problem for colleges. This e-book serves as a advisor for fogeys, scholars, academics and faculty directors to construct transition courses on the secondary point to facilitate a winning transition from college to grownup dwelling. it truly is research-based mixed with a common sense strategy. during this publication Christy Mahanay-Castro explains distinct schooling legislations, and discusses fresh learn on scholars with disabilities and their reviews in transitioning from the general public colleges into grownup residing. She additionally encompasses a sensible set of actions and worksheets to aid the precise schooling instructor with facilitating the transition of scholars with disabilities.
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According to a report by the National Council on Disability and the Social Security Administration (2000), there is an increase of youths with disabilities who are receiving Social Security benefits and not leaving the benefit rolls. Two of the students who were interviewed were receiving financial assistance from the state because they qualified as low income families. Both 52 Chapter 6 graduates who were also mothers were receiving Women Infant and Children services (WIC) for their children. Angie’s mother was able to help her connect with government assistance programs, as were Janie’s and Dan’s mothers.
If the student is expected to take an alternative assessment or an alternate route to graduation, then the team must provide the plan for doing so. DIPLOMA OR ALTERNATE CERTIFICATES Some school districts offer something called a certificate of completion rather than a high school diploma. If this is the plan for a student on an IEP, then the future repercussions should be explored. For instance, some vocational training programs and colleges may not accept students who have a certificate of completion rather than the standard high school diploma typically received by most graduates.
The transition plan must include certain requirements as well. There must be postsecondary measurable goals, a course of study, and activities needed for students to reach the goals. It must also contain a statement regarding the clarification of the transfer of rights. For the IEP which includes the transition plan, the student must be invited and his or her participation should be encouraged by the age of 16 and every IEP thereafter. This page intentionally left blank Chapter 4 The Transition Plan The transition plan is included in the Individual Education Plan (IEP) starting the year that the student turns 16 years old (or younger if the IEP team deems it necessary), and every year thereafter until the student graduates from high school.