“Transition” is when you move from high school to college or work. You will also have a transition team of you, your family, and your teachers to help you make goals and plans.
When you go to high school, you need to think about what you want for your future. Then, you can start making plans with your team. For example, if you want to work in a restaurant, then your teacher can help you take cooking classes in high school. You might also want to look at college programs that teach cooking or try to get a job at a bakery in high school to prepare. You have lots of choices, and you also need a plan to reach your goals.
The Kentucky Supported Higher Education Partnership (KSHEP) [link] is a network of Institutions of Higher Education (IHEs) across the state offering ...Read More
Kentucky Office of Vocation Rehabilitation Videos [link] Watch these videos to get an overview of the Kentucky Office of Vocation ...Read More
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The Kentucky Checklists for a Bright Future offer a one page checklist of the most important things parents and youth ...Read More
Download "The Trial Work Period" Infographic. This infographic talks about the Trial Work Period. Please print and share! ...Read More
Download the Transition Overview Document [link]. Learn from the Kentucky Department of Education (KDE) and the Kentucky Office of Vocational ...Read More
Download the "Comprehensive Transition Program Comparison" Infographic. This infographic compares traditional degree-seeking programs and Comprehensive Transition Programs. Please print and ...Read More
Updated EMP 101: What We All Need to Know About Transition for Students with Significant Disabilities [Take course for credit] ...Read More
Charting the Lifecourse [Link] Charting the Lifecourse includes resources, courses, tools, and online and in-person support to help young people ...Read More
National Collaborative on Workforce and Disability [link] Many resources for youth with disabilities about getting work. They also share ways ...Read More