The Transitional Skills Program is a self-contained program designed for post-secondary students, ages 18 - 22, who have moderate to intensive learning challenges and a wide range of concomitant abilities.
The Transitional Skills Program curriculum incorporates a variety of teaching methodologies designed to help students generalize skills from the classroom to real life situations. As students age upwards toward adulthood, experiences transition from classroom activities to real life expectations in the community.
Academic proficiency, activities of daily living and employment competencies are gradually moved from the controlled environments of the classroom and school buildings to the realities of public places, volunteer and job development opportunities, and social situations in community environments.
Total independence is a challenging goal for many students in the Transitional Skills Program, but by participating in meaningful community-based activities with naturally occurring cues and prompts, students are provided opportunities to learn in real world environments, doing meaningful activity among typical adults in the community.
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