Early Intervention to Preschool
Preschool to Kindergarten
Kindergarten to Grade 1
Lower elementary Grades 1-3 to upper Elementary Grades 4-5
Elementary to Middle school
Middle to High school
High school to working (on the job training)
High school to skill training, a certificate program (life skills, job skills, academic skills)
High school to college (college courses, 2 year program, 4 year program)
Lets take a look at your child's IEP:
What is your child's vision for the future? Does your child's vision statement reflect their dream for their future?
At the high school level, age 14 (start as early as grade 8):
Take a look at possible colleges, jobs or skill training, a certificate program, etc. based on your child is interested in and find out what their area of intrest would require.
Massachusetts Postsecondary Transition Planning: Transition Goals Examples Sheet:
Transition Information for Parents and their students with IEPs
IEP Transition Planning Form (TPF) - official form
Transition Quickguide: Take charge of planning and managing your own health and career goals
There is a list of 9 catalogues assessments and associated tests and many worksheets from
National Secondary Transition Technical Assistance Center (NSTTAC)
University of North Carolina Charlotte, College of Education, Special Education & Child Development, Charlotte, NC.
and the assessments are listed on our Type of Testing webpage, under Transition Assessments.
LD Online: Transition school to work
College or Training Programs: How to Decide, By: PACER Center (2006)
Transition To Adult Life: A Shared Responsibility
Transition - Living with Autism: Life After High School