Resources to support student-directed transition planning for students with autism and other developmental disabilities.
- Person-Centered Planning: A Tool for Transition
- Self-Determination: Supporting Successful Transition
- Transition Portfolios
- Planning for the Future: A Workbook for Persons with Disabilities, Their Families, and Professionals
- Autism-at-a-glance: Getting a Drivers License
- Best Practices in Self-Advocacy Skill Building
Charting the LifeCourse videos and resources
- Developed by the University of Missouri-Kansas City Institute for Human Development these six short video modules introduce students and their supporters to “questions to ask, things to do, and resources that can help lead them to a job, career, volunteering, college or continuing education, and ultimately, the lives they want.” Resources also include an employment guide and an employment portfolio.
- ChoiceMaker Self-Determination Curriculum
- I'm Determined One-Pager
- Free online ap for students with disabilities with an IEP, ages 14 and older, to help them develop a transition plan.
- It's My Future! Planning for What I Want in My Life: A Self-Directed Planning Process
Map-it: What Comes Next?
- This free module is designed for students who are deaf or hard of hearing and includes a facilitator guide, print resources to download, self-assessments, guiding quesitons, and videos that are signed in ASL with spoken English.
- Person-Centered Planning Education Site Cornell University
- Secondary IEP Template
Student-Directed Transition Planning
- Eight lessons from the Zarrow Center for Learning Enrichment to help students actively participate in their transition-focused IEP meetings.
- Student Invovlement in the IEP Meeting
- Teens Talking to Teens: Thinking Ahead About Life After High School
- Assistive Technology for Kansans
- Charting the LifeCourse
- I'm Determined
- National Gateway to Self-Determination