Products and Materials
This collection of products and materials has proven to be valuable for practitioners as well as parents and others working with students on transition. Click on items of interest for a detailed explanation and access to download the resources!
Pocket résumés help students keep their information in a pocket-sized format, so it is easy to use for job applications.
Developed by WINTAC and NTACT, this toolkit provides guidance to develop an interagency agreement between vocational rehabilitation and education as required under the WIOA.
Resources to can use TODAY to enhance transition!
Help students with and without disabilities leave high school with a diploma.
Think College's 25-minute film explores the growing movement to include students with intellectual disabilities in higher education
Check out community transportation ideas for youth.
The Independent Living Checklist can help identify independent living goals.
This guide will help to identify students' strengths and preferences as well as the supports and resources needed to be successful at the post-secondary level.
Use this brief discussion of the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) of 2014 to learn about the law and it's impact on transition planning.
EJAM was designed to assist in determining an employment placement and the support and accommodations that might be needed for adolescents with ED and those with high-risk behaviors
Available in English and Spanish.
This helpful brochure was created to assist families in understanding upcoming changes in their child's legal status and prepare accordingly through transition planning.
Customize and use these transition brochures-also in SPANISH!
This workbook takes a person-centered approach to help students, their families, and professionals plan a life for students after high school.
This booklet includes information about the various roles in transition. Descriptions of several specific roles as well as suggestions for how different members of transition teams may participate in the transition process are provided.
The Tips for Transition contains 134 Transition Tips submitted from all over the country by practitioners.
Use Special Ed Connection (LRP publications) to keep on top of the latest practices from across the country. This is especially suited for Special Education teachers.
Use the NSTTAC Transition Fair workbook to plan your next event. MORE...