Transition Service Plan - Georgia (United States)

Transition Service Plan - Georgia (United States)

Transition Service Plan is a legal document that was released by the Georgia Department of Education - a government authority operating within Georgia (United States).

FAQ

Q: What is a Transition Service Plan?A: A Transition Service Plan is a document that outlines the services and supports for students with disabilities as they transition from high school to post-secondary education or employment.

Q: Who is eligible for a Transition Service Plan in Georgia?A: Students with disabilities who are in high school and will be transitioning to post-secondary education or employment are eligible for a Transition Service Plan in Georgia.

Q: What does a Transition Service Plan include?A: A Transition Service Plan includes goals, objectives, and services that will help students with disabilities successfully transition to post-secondary education or employment.

Q: Who develops a Transition Service Plan?A: A Transition Service Plan is developed by a team, which includes the student, parents/guardians, school staff, and other relevant professionals.

Q: What are the key components of a Transition Service Plan?A: The key components of a Transition Service Plan include goals, objectives, services, accommodations, and supports that will help the student achieve a successful transition.

Q: Can students have input in their Transition Service Plan?A: Yes, students are encouraged to have input in their Transition Service Plan and actively participate in the planning process.

Q: What supports are available in a Transition Service Plan?A: Transition Service Plans may include supports such as vocational training, job placement assistance, academic accommodations, and independent living skills training.

Q: How long does a Transition Service Plan last?A: A Transition Service Plan typically covers the period from the student's high school graduation or exit from school until they reach the age of 21.

Q: Who is responsible for implementing a Transition Service Plan?A: The school district, along with other agencies and service providers, is responsible for implementing the services and supports outlined in a Transition Service Plan.

Q: How can parents/guardians be involved in a Transition Service Plan?A: Parents/guardians play a vital role in the development and implementation of a Transition Service Plan by providing input, attending meetings, and advocating for their child's needs.

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