Everyone faces challenge with the transition from school to adult life and work. For those with autism and their families, the change may be more challenging.
We help individuals prepare for employment and find work placements. We provide post-secondary education and training, as well as help to find appropriate living options.
We can direct you to the resources that are available for a wide variety of transition services. Remember, when students reach 14 years of age, transitioning becomes a part of their IEPs. Families may want to start planning even earlier than that time.
Stay in contact with your Case Manager or Supports Coordinator, and be sure you have an active file even though you may not currently be receiving services.
Be sure that your IEP includes age-appropriate experiences such as job shadowing, on-job experiences, trips on public transportation, and recreational and social opportunities.I'd Like to Learn More »
For more information, contact:
Director of Clinical Services
610-825-9360 (ext 1245)