"Transition Service Plan" - Georgia (United States)

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Transition Service Plan
Name:
Projected date of Graduation:
Date of Initial Transition Program
Development:
Update:
Preferences, Strengths, Interests and Course of Study based on Present Levels of Performance and Age Appropriate Transition Assessments
Areas for consideration include
(
course of study, post-secondary education, vocational training, employment, continuing education, adult services and community participation)
Desired Measurable Post-Secondary/Outcome Completion Goals
(These goals are to be achieved after graduation and there must be a completion goal for Education/Training and Employment )
Education/Training -
Employment -
Independent Living (as appropriate) -
Based on age appropriate transition assessments, in the spaces below, include measurable Transition IEP Goals and Transition Activities/Services appropriate for the child’s post-secondary
preferences, strengths and needs. Note: There must be at least a measurable Transition IEP Goal to help the child reach each of the desired Measurable Post-Secondary/Outcome Completion Goals.
Education/Training
(Goals based on academics, functional academics, life centered competencies or career/technical or agricultural training needs and job training.)
Date of Completion/
Transition IEP Goal(s)
Transition Activities/Services
Person/Agency Involved
Achieved Outcome
Development of Employment
(Goals based on occupational awareness, employment related knowledge and skills and specific career pathway knowledge and skills.)
Date of Completion/
Transition IEP Goal(s)
Transition Activities/Services
Person/Agency Involved
Achieved Outcome
1
Transition Service Plan
Name:
Projected date of Graduation:
Date of Initial Transition Program
Development:
Update:
Preferences, Strengths, Interests and Course of Study based on Present Levels of Performance and Age Appropriate Transition Assessments
Areas for consideration include
(
course of study, post-secondary education, vocational training, employment, continuing education, adult services and community participation)
Desired Measurable Post-Secondary/Outcome Completion Goals
(These goals are to be achieved after graduation and there must be a completion goal for Education/Training and Employment )
Education/Training -
Employment -
Independent Living (as appropriate) -
Based on age appropriate transition assessments, in the spaces below, include measurable Transition IEP Goals and Transition Activities/Services appropriate for the child’s post-secondary
preferences, strengths and needs. Note: There must be at least a measurable Transition IEP Goal to help the child reach each of the desired Measurable Post-Secondary/Outcome Completion Goals.
Education/Training
(Goals based on academics, functional academics, life centered competencies or career/technical or agricultural training needs and job training.)
Date of Completion/
Transition IEP Goal(s)
Transition Activities/Services
Person/Agency Involved
Achieved Outcome
Development of Employment
(Goals based on occupational awareness, employment related knowledge and skills and specific career pathway knowledge and skills.)
Date of Completion/
Transition IEP Goal(s)
Transition Activities/Services
Person/Agency Involved
Achieved Outcome
1
Transition Service Plan
Community Participation
(Goals based on knowledge and demonstration of skills needed to participate in the community (e.g., tax forms, voter registration, building permits, social interactions,
consumer activities, accessing and using various transportation modes.))
Date of Completion/
Transition IEP Goal(s)
Transition Activities/Services
Person/Agency Involved
Achieved Outcome
Adult Living Skills & Post School Options
(Goals based on skills for self-determination, interpersonal interactions, communication, health /fitness and the knowledge needed to successfully
participate in Adult Lifestyles and other Post School Activities (e.g. skills needed to manage a household, maintain a budget and other responsibilities of an adult.)
Date of Completion/
Transition IEP Goal(s)
Transition Activities/Services
Person/Agency Involved
Achieved Outcome
Related Services
(Goals based on Related Services that may be required now to help a child benefit from regular and special education and transition services (e.g., speech/language, occupational therapy,
counseling, vocational rehabilitation training or the planning for related services that the individual may need access to as an adult.)
Date of Completion/
Transition IEP Goal(s)
Transition Activities/Services
Person/Agency Involved
Achieved Outcome
Daily Living Skills
(Goals based on adaptive behaviors related to personal care and well-being to decrease dependence on others.)
Date of Completion/
Transition IEP Goal(s)
Transition Activities/Services
Person/Agency Involved
Achieved Outcome
TRANSFER OF RIGHTS (Required by age 17):
was informed on
of his/her rights, if any, that will transfer at age 18.
Name
Date
RIGHTS WERE TRANSFERRED (Required by age 18):
was informed on
of his/her rights.
Name
Date
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