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Life After School: Transition Planning for Students with Disabilities

Life after School provides

  • tools to create effective Transition Plans that build on information gathered from Functional Vocational Evaluation
  • tools for helping students and their families access vocational opportunities and post-secondary service options
  • community-based lessons and activities to teach independent work skills
  • over 100 pages of reproducible forms, inventories, questionnaires, task analyses, and data sheets

Life after School is divided into four sections:

  • Section One: Creating Comprehensive Transition Plans
  • Section Two: Developing Real-World Work Experiences
  • Section Three: Curriculum for Teaching Community-Based and Vocational Skills
  • Section Four: Instructional Strategies for Teaching Community-Based and Vocational Skills

 

Order one per classroom/program.

$195.00

Category: Supplemental Products

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SDES has teamed up with Mundo Pato, Inc., our cloud publishing partner, to create the full Styer-Fitzgerald Program for Functional Academics in the cloud. *The Styer-Fitzgerald Program in the Cloud Start-Up Fee: a $6000 non-recurring start-up fee will be added to the first year subscription only.

Cloud Pricing

Monthly subscription charge is based on a minimum of 100 students ​and increases by $125 per group of 25 additional students.

Pricing

SDES has teamed up with Mundo Pato, Inc., our cloud publishing partner, to create a simple and affordable solution for special educators to use during this critical time.

The Virtual Teaching Materials are a separate supplemental purchase that will greatly enhance the Styer-Fitzgerald Program for Functional Academics ​or can be used on its own.

Virtual Teaching Materials Pricing 1st year: $1000 non-recurring configuration fee plus 12 x monthly charge.

Monthly subscription charge is based on a minimum of 100 students ​and increases by $125 per group of 25 additional students.

Scheduling Tip

Find a student in your classroom who can read and understand your master schedule. Assign them a job in the morning to help set up individual student schedules. See the video of Megan setting up the schedule.
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Suzanne’s student Megan was her Teacher’s Assistant first period during her junior and senior year. One of her jobs, among other clerical tasks, was to set up individual student schedules. It saved Suzanne prep time in the morning and was a great vocational experience for Megan.