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TRANSITION 1. What is Transition ? The passing from one state or condition to another , In particular the transition from school or institute to a working life. TRANSITION 2. FOR STUDENTS WITH DISSBILITIES ( PSYCHIATRICAL) THIS IS A CRITICAL PERIOD. . WHY?.

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Transition 1

TRANSITION 1

What is Transition?

The passing fromone state or conditiontoanother, In particular the transitionfrom school or instituteto a working life.


Transition 2

TRANSITION 2

FOR STUDENTS WITH DISSBILITIES ( PSYCHIATRICAL) THIS IS A CRITICAL PERIOD.


Transition 1

WHY?

The transition from a protected environment to a social position is always associated with stress.

THE SOCIETY IS MOSTLY anxious and lazy.

remains to be seen how shall I react myself myself.


Transition 1

WHY?

Have I made ​​the right choices?

Am I sufficientlyprepared?

it is possible to find a job to my wish?


Individual transition plan

IndividualTransition Plan

The IndividualTransition Plan (ITP) is a written plan whichoutlineswhat a student willneedto live, workandplay as an adult.

Help of the student, parent, teacher, coach, socialworker etc.

It spells out whateveryoneshould do in order toprovide the training and services neededfor a smoothtransition.


Basic principles

Basic principles

The person with special needs, activelyparticipating in the planning of his itp.

Families are involved in itselaboration.

The plan relies on cooperation betweenvarious relevant services.

The schedule is flexibleandadaptstochangingvaluesandexperiences.


Characteristics

Characteristics

Content andValidation

The followingaspectsneedtobeconsidered:

Competencestobeacquired

Qualificationstobeobtained

Involvement of different professionals

Workpossibilitiesandexperiences

Validation of the process


Themes and questions

Themesandquestions

1. Interestslikesanddislikes

2. Leisure activities

3. Employmentandeducation

4. Living arrangements

5. Personal management

6. Independence

7. Household

8. Mobility

9. Health andmedical


Themes and questions continuation

Themesandquestions(continuation)

10. Financial andincome

11. Socialrelationships

12. Thinking about the future

13. Transition Planning

14. Is the ITP working?


Professional principles

Professional Principles

a. Workingtogetherwith family, socialnetworkandother professionals.

B. The profesional has aneyeforall life areasandalsoknowsto deal withculturaldiversity.

C. Frictions in the development of the student is notproblematized.

D. Professionals act on the basis of knowledgeand skills.


Professional principles 2

Professional Principles2

E.Professionals have knowledge of the disorders with which they are confronted.

F. They have developed a repertoire associated with the behavior showed by the student.

G. Theycan switch toanother professional for help without losingsight on theirownresponsiblities.


Training

TRAINING

Skills AND KnowledGE:

A. knowledge of disorders (DSM IV)

B. Knowinghowto act andreacttobehavior

C. Effectivecommunication(Getting the messageacross)

d. Breaking down barriers in communication

e. listening skills


Training 2

TRAINING 2

Skills AND KnowledGE:

F. Non-verbalbehavior

G. givingandreceivingfeedback

h. regulating and structuring a conversation

i. Perceiving and interpreting correctly

j. coming to the point in a conversation

k. A proper use and interpretation of assessment tools


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