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There are many transitions that students go through that can sometimes be stressful or difficult to navigate.

Transition from early intervention to preschool (Age 3)

Transition from preschool to school (Age 5)

Transition to adulthood (Age 14)

Transition to adulthood, assists a student with a disability to move smoothly from school to post-school activities (the areas of live, learn, work and play). The activities help the student develop skills for continued education (college), vocational training (trades), employment (supported/competitive), adult services (programs), independent living and participating in the community. The activities are based on the expressed future goals of the student including: interests, likes, dislikes and abilities and the development of the necessary skills that are needed for success in achieving those goals.

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