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Transition From High School. Taking Flight. A Smooth Take-Off = Goals of Workshop. 1. Share steps to help your child transition to adult life 2. Explore preplanning options for transition 3. Discuss transition planning as related to the IEP 4. Draft a transition plan.

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    1. Transition From High School Taking Flight

    2. A Smooth Take-Off = Goals of Workshop 1. Share steps to help your child transition to adult life 2. Explore preplanning options for transition 3. Discuss transition planning as related to the IEP 4. Draft a transition plan

    3. Secondary Transition • 11. Beginning not later than the first IEP to be in effect when the child is 14, or younger if determined appropriate by the IEP Team, and updated annually thereafter appropriate measurable postsecondary goals based upon age appropriate transition assessments related to: • Training/Education • Employment • Independent Living Skills (Where appropriate)

    4. What is transition planning? • Transition planning is a process that should help insure your child’s happiness, success, and satisfaction, after high school and on to further work, future education and adulthood. • Dept of Rehabilitation Services

    5. Pilot’s License – Graduation Requirements • Chapter 127 – Instruction Program, Assessment & Requirements • Local Requirements • Your Child’s IEP

    6. How will your child take flight? • Airplane – will take flight but will need a large support team to fly and stay on course • Helicopter – will take flight with little support and fly fairly smoothly but tends to hover • Space Shuttle – will take off with a big boost and will fly alone

    7. How will your child take flight? • Hot Air Balloon – will take off, will have ups and downs and will need to keep a support person • Kite - will fly but will depend on guidance

    8. Flying Techniques – Learning Styles • Verbal/Linguistic – Learns best by saying, hearing and seeing words • Logical/Mathematical - Learns best by classifying, categorizing, patterns • Visual Spatial – Learns best by seeing, imagining, pictures • Musical/Rhythmic - Learns best using rhythm, melody and music

    9. More Flying Techniques • Bodily/ Kinesthetic - Learns best by moving, touching • Naturalist - Learns best through nature • Interpersonal - Learns best in groups, sharing • Intrapersonal - Learns best working alone • Existential - Likes to ponder

    10. Flight Crew • Vocational Rehabilitation • Maine Transition Network • Social Security • Community Resources • Transportation • Housing • Guardianship

    11. What to Pack Apartment Church College Community Involvement Cooking Day Habilitation Educational Assistant Employment Employment Specialist Financial Plan Friends Group Home Guardianship Health Care Hygiene Assistant Job Coach Public Transportation Recreation Social Security Income Social Skills Trade School Vocational Rehabilitation Other . . .

    12. Your Dream Trip – Your Hopes • What are your hopes for your child? • What are your child’s hopes for the future?

    13. What to Pack Apartment Church College Community Involvement Cooking Day Habilitation Educational Assistant Employment Employment Specialist Financial Plan Friends Group Home Guardianship Health Care Hygiene Assistant Job Coach Public Transportation Recreation Social Security Income Social Skills Trade School Vocational Rehabilitation Other . . .

    14. BREAK

    15. Child’s name: Susie Smith • 11. SECONDARY TRANSITION • If the purpose of the meeting will be the consideration of transition service needs and or the post-secondary goals for the child and the transition services needed to assist the child in reaching those goals and the child does not attend, document the steps taken to ensure that the child’s preferences and interests are considered. 34 CFR 300.321(b)(2) & MSER Section VI.2.C(3)(d) • Student attended her meeting and gave input regarding her desires to attend a vocational school following graduation. • Beginning not later than the first IEP to be in effect when the child is 14, or younger if determined appropriate by the IEP Team, and updated annually thereafter appropriate measurable postsecondary goals based upon age appropriate transition assessments related to: 34 CFR 300.320(b)(1) & MSER Section IX.3.A(1)(I)

    16. Child’s name: Susie Smith …and the transition services (including courses of study) needed to assist the child in reaching those goals. 34 CFR 300.320(b)(2) 34 CFR 300.43(a)(2)(I)through (v ) & MSER Section IX.3.A(1)(I) & (ii) Child’s Course of Study updated annually: (required for students 14 through the age either at which the child receives a regular education diploma or ages out of IDEA eligibility) (34 CFR 300.320(b)(2) & MSER Section IX.3.A(i)(ii) Susie has completed all high school requirements to date to be able to enroll in the Grade 11 Career Technical Center.

    17. Creating a Flight Plan • Look at your hopes for your child. • Create a flight plan - Fill in the draft IEP .

    18. Flight Plan = Transition Services • Instruction • Related Services • Community Experience • Employment • Age of Majority • Post-School adult living objectives • If Appropriate: Daily Living Skills Functional Vocational Evaluation

    19. Your Child’s Flight PlanThe Transition Plan

    20. A Successful Flight

    21. Q&A Time

    22. Thank you for flying with MPF • Mailing Address: PO Box 2067 Augusta, Maine 04330 • Phone 1-800-870-7746 (Maine only) 207-623-2144 • Fax: 207-632-2148 • Website:www.mpf.org • Email:parentconnect@mpf.org