Adult & Community Education Transition Program
Many students with disabilities working toward a diploma require ongoing support to maintain a life as employed, independent and active adults! Learn more about this program at Lively Technical College.
When they leave the school system at age 22, they face an uncertain future unless there is careful planning, preparation, and connections to post-school supports. The post-school lives of transitioning young adults can be greatly improved when schools, adult service providers and families work together well before the young person exits the public school system. The Transition Program is one approach to ensuring a seamless transition from school to independent adult life for young people with disabilities. These students frequently need continuing employment and agency supports, as well as community and life skills training. Referrals take place through the IEP process in the schools and students must be eligible for services from Vocational Rehabilitation prior to entry.
Program Specialist for Transition and Compliance
Exceptional Student Education
Leon County School District
3955 West Pensacola Street
Tallahassee, FL 32304
Office: (850) 487-7323
Cell Phone: (850) 354-3539
Fax: (850) 487-7823
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