Transition planning is a process used to assist your son or daughter with a disability in moving from the school into adult life.  It is a cooperative effort between the school, the student, the family and community agencies. Laws require transition planning for all students with a disability, beginning at the age of 16.

What's Happening!

Powerpoint DocumentUnderstanding Transition Compliance: Improving Student Outcomes- November 14, 2016 
Powerpoint DocumentState Approved CTE Programs and Students with Disabilities- November 14, 2016 
PDF DocumentQuick Reference Guide: Using the SPP B-13 Transition IEP Checklist June 2016 
 Word DocumentTips for Writing Measurable Postsecondary Goals
Powerpoint DocumentTransition Review - Checklist and Goals - MTSA, March 17, 2016
Powerpoint DocumentTransition Assessment - December 3, 2014 
Powerpoint DocumentSummary of Performance - December 3, 2014
Powerpoint DocumentMay 28, 2014 Clinic: Summary of Performance and the Exiting Student

Transition Overview

PDF DocumentAge of Majority 
PDF DocumentMichigan Rehabilitation Services- Frequently Asked Questions (October 2015) 
Word Document Transition Areas 
Word Document Transition and IDEA 2004 Key Points

Individualized Education Program

PDF Document Consent to Invite Agency Representative
Word Document Wayne RESA Transition IEP Review Checklist (2012)
Powerpoint Document IEP-EDP Alignment
Word Document PLAAFP Development and Checklist
Word Document Present Level of Academic Achievement and Functional Performance
PDF DocumentQuick Reference Guide: Tips for Developing A Quality and Compliant Transition IEP
Word Document The Transition IEP:  Student Perspective
Word DocumentTransition Plan Attachment 2016  
Word DocumentTransition Plan Instructions 2016  
PDF Document2016 SPP B13 Checklist  

Transition Assessment

PDF DocumentAge Appropriate Transition Assessment Article
PDF DocumentQuick Reference Guide: Transition Assessment
Powerpoint Document Transition Assessment and IDEA 2004

To sign up for the Wayne RESA Transition Planning listserv please email Larry Stemple.