Transition to Adult Life
Secondary Transition Services
Is College For You? Setting Goals and Taking Action
A 42- page publication of the Center on Community Living and Careers, Is College for You? guides students and their parents through a variety of issues, including career goals, learning styles, types of colleges and programs, advocating for yourself, important timelines, paying for college, accommodations, survival tips, and more. The booklet is free to Indiana residents. For a copy, contact Susan Harris email@example.com 812-855-6508.
The Transition IEP
Fact sheets and information on the transition IEP process
- Transition IEP: Rules and Regulations Part 1 & Part 2
- Transition IEP: The Next Steps (Power Point)
- Transition IEP: Flow Chart
- Transition IEP: More Goal Examples
- Understanding Measurable Postsecondary Goals
- Age Appropriate Transition Assessment
- Student Involvement in the IEP Process
- Summary of Performance
Other Transition Information
- FAQ - Summary of Performance (IDEA 2004 & AHEAD)
- High School and College for Students with Disabilities: Key Differences
- Statewide Community Transition Councils (CTC) Directory Strategies and tips from CTCs throughout Indiana (Please be patient - updates coming)
Vocational Rehabilitation Services
Vocational Rehabilitation Services: Building Effective Transition Partnerships
An 8-page booklet containing suggestions for planning and coordination between school representatives and Vocational Rehabilitation Services counselors.
The Vocational Rehabilitation Process for Specific Learning Disabilities: A Guide for Transition Partners
A Vocational Rehabilitation Services (VRS) PowerPoint that clarifies VRS policy PPM 510, assessment and eligibility decisions.
Indiana VRS Checklist for Learning Disorders
This checklist is to be completed by the Vocational Rehabilitation Services applicant and/or referral parents/guardians.
A Roadmap to Choosing an Employment Agency
A guide to help individuals and families ask the right questions when interviewing employment agencies.
WorkOne Centers and Schools: Collaboration = Success
By working together schools and WorkOne Centers can strengthen students' career plans, enhance classroom curriculum, offer students opportunities to gain marketable skills, provide information about local employers, teach job seeking and job retention skills, and offer job