Possible Transition IEP Goals for Goalview: Version by 1/09 by v5rXH5

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									          State Approved Transition Goals & Activities (Updated 11/2010)
                                                     Education/Training
                       Transition IEP Goal                                              Activity/Service Objective
Student will identify (X) colleges/universities and/or technical   Meet with college/university/technical school representatives at
schools of interest                                                school.
                                                                   Attend college fair.
                                                                   Visit 2 to 3 campuses of interest.
                                                                   Visit career lab 2 times a semester.
                                                                   Visit GAcollege411.org web site to identify 4 colleges.
                                                                   Identify all requirements for entry into 3 college or technical
                                                                   school
                                                                   Print all information, gather in a notebook and review with family
                                                                   biweekly
                                                                   Create a chart to compare the important features of each college
Student will fulfill all requirements for entrance to desired      Complete and submit application.
postsecondary institution.                                         Send high school transcripts and SAT/ACT/ASSET or
                                                                   COMPASS scores to schools of interest
                                                                   Obtain letters of recommendation from selected teachers.
                                                                   Register for the appropriate classes needed to satisfy graduation
                                                                   requirements.
With parental permission and support, student will investigate (X) Meet with Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor to create work
financial assistance programs for postsecondary education.         plan.
                                                                   Investigate scholarships (resource: GA411).
                                                                   Complete and submit FAFSA forms.
                                                                   Apply for Vocational Rehabilitation Services.
                                                                   Apply for waiver program through DHR services.
Student will exit high school with a regular diploma.                   Prepare for the GHSGT by attending after school study sessions
                                                                        Utilize appropriate accommodations when taking the GHSGT
                                                                        Register for the appropriate classes needed to satisfy graduation
                                                                        requirements
                                                                        Meet regularly with graduation coach and/or case manager to
                                                                        discuss academic progress and course selection


Student will name 2 agencies that he can utilize for post-              Meet with graduation coach to discuss Job Corp as a possible
secondary services.                                                     option
                                                                        Meet with Vocational Rehabilitation counselor to discuss services

Student will pass 6 out of 8 courses this school year.                  Complete a daily agenda with all class assignments and tests
                                                                        which will be checked daily by family member.
                                                                        Review weekly with parent, Infinite Campus grade book online
                                                                        and follow through with problems every Monday
Student will identify and register for 2 elective classes of interest   Meet with case manager to discuss classes available
for next school year                                                    Investigate requirements of each class of interest
                                                                        Register for class
Student will receive training in (X) employment placements.             Participate in CBVI Program.
                                                                        Participate in Work/Study Program
                                                                        Participate in CBI program.
                                                                        Participate in independence training activities in the classroom.
                                                                        Regularly rotate job sites to refine and expand task skills and
                                                                        further explore potential preferences for the future
Student will describe 5 steps to get into the dual enrollment           Meet with case manager to discuss dual enrollment procedures for
certification program at CEC.                                           chosen program area
                                                                        Sign up for COMPASS exam
                                                                        Study for COMPASS on www.act.org/compass
                                                                        Take & Pass COMPASS, Enroll in Dual Program of choice




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Student will complete (X) steps to develop a career plan.           Conduct career-related research online
                                                                    Review 3 books about specific careers
                                                                    Attend Career Fair
                                                                    Explore current job openings
                                                                    Using the Occupational Outlook Handbook, gather information
                                                                    about chosen career
Student will request (X) needed accommodations appropriate to       Student will request needed accommodations from classroom
disability                                                          teacher.
                                                                    Student will request needed accommodations on
                                                                    SAT/ACT/Compass/Asset test.
Student will investigate (X) post-secondary job training programs   Meet with case manager to obtain a list of names and contact
                                                                    information for specific programs
                                                                    Attend Transition Fair to gather information on post-secondary
                                                                    job training programs
                                                                    Contact 2 agencies/programs to set up a tour
Student will make a trial visit to (X) different day habilitation   Tour Rutledge of Newnan, Racham Foundation and Creative
programs.                                                           Enterprises day-habilitation programs.
                                                                    Arrange a trial day for student at each facility
                                                                    Learn and begin process for entry into chosen option
Student will apply to (X) colleges.                                 Send high school transcript and SAT scores to colleges of interest
                                                                    Complete and submit college applications
                                                                    Obtain letters of recommendations from selected teachers
                                                                    Use log to keep track of correspondence with colleges of interest
Student will apply for admission to (X) technical schools.          Attend Open House at Technical School to meet teachers and
                                                                    learn about desired program of study
                                                                    Obtain application, complete, and turn in by deadline
                                                                    Meet with case-manager to discuss placement in technical school
                                                                    of choice




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Student will research (X) post-secondary schools.                     Use internet websites (including www.gacollege411.org), put
                                                                      obtained information in binder
                                                                      Attend the college fair at CEC in the fall or spring, gather
                                                                      information for binder
Student will complete 2 college applications                          Visit 2 college campuses and meet with representative
                                                                      Obtain/access 2 applications from the identified colleges
                                                                      Submit all required paperwork before the deadline
                                                                      Apply for financial aid and search for scholarships
Student will pass 5 classes related to functional academics and       Identify 3 areas of need for daily living skills
daily living.                                                         Participate in Community Based Vocational Training with class
                                                                      in 3 job sites including one in food services
                                                                      Participate in standards based academic activities with emphasis
                                                                      on academics relevant to employment skills, as appropriate
Student will complete 3 activities to increase GHSGT scores to a      Meet with Graduation Coach to identify interventions available
passing level in (failing subject)                                    Attend intervention classes or study sessions
                                                                      Check out GHSGT study materials from the library
                                                                      Utilize USATestPrep.com 3 or more times before taking the test
Student will implement 3 organizational strategies to improve         Write class and homework assignments in agenda book daily for
academic performance in (academic subject)                            each class
                                                                      Write test and quiz dates in agenda
                                                                      Create a monthly calendar of all due dates, tests, quizzes, and
                                                                      projects and place on refrigerator at home
Student will take active role in planning and participating in next   Make introductions at IEP meeting
IEP meeting.                                                          Present results from vocational evaluations
                                                                      Plan and /or clarify IEP objectives and criteria
Student will develop a portfolio with the 3 components listed         Research and list various possibilities and interest in position in
based on ___________ field                                            the _______ field.
                                                                      Locate and list programs that interest him/her in the ______ field.
                                                                      Identify educational needs for the field of _____.




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Student will investigate 3 classes offered at Central Education   Attend Probe Fair at CEC
Center.                                                           Discuss with counselor possible options for classes at CEC
                                                                  Obtain literature on CEC from base school
Student will receive training in 2 domestic domain areas at       Refine and expand cooking skills through use of oven, stovetop,
school, the community and home.                                   and microwave a minimum of 2 times per week
                                                                  Devise and use regular room cleaning schedule/ checklists for
                                                                  school and home.

Student will receive training in (X) employment placements        Participate in Community Based Vocational Training Program
including on in ________ through Community Based Vocational       Receive Satisfactory on all weekly progress sheets
Training                                                          Complete instruction in 3 job skills and 3 work ethics as it
                                                                  pertains to community based work setting
                                                                  Participate in daily independence training activities in the
                                                                  classroom
                                                                  Regularly rotate job sites to refine and expand task skills and
                                                                  further explore potential preferences for the future
                                                                  Increase time on-task without a break to 2 hours



                                                          Employment
                        Transition IEP Goal                                           Activity/Service Objective
Student will complete (X) number of chores at home without        Create chore chart for use at home
prompts                                                           Create system of rewards and consequences for chore completion
Student will identify (X) options for volunteer positions         Accompany parents to investigate volunteer possibilities in the
                                                                  community.
                                                                  Explore volunteer options at various community sites (example:
                                                                  church, Humane Society, day shelter, food bank).
                                                                  Request and receive volunteer application, and bring application
                                                                  to case manager.




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                                                                       Maintain a log of volunteer contacts; listing date, person contact
Student will identify (X) careers within selected area of              Participate in job sampling/shadowing experience.
occupational interest                                                  Participate in Work Study Experience
                                                                       Obtain entry-level summer job (volunteer or paid) in area of
                                                                       interest.
Student will identify 3 careers of interest and 3 attributes in each   Visit GCIS (Georgia Career Information System) web site to
career                                                                 complete 2 vocational assessments
                                                                       Identify 3 careers that match his interests and abilities in (career
                                                                       choice)
                                                                       List working conditions, education needed, and skills required for
                                                                       each career listed above.
Student will utilize Vocational Rehabilitation Services to reach       Meet with VR counselor to open case.
(X) career goals                                                       Explore options for requesting accommodations in the
                                                                       college/vocational school setting.
Student will develop a work plan with the VR counselor                 Keep all VR meetings.
                                                                       Follow up on recommendations from VR counselor
Student will complete (X) number of steps to obtain part-time          Identify 3 local businesses that offer part-time work
employment in selected field                                           Complete job applications at a minimum of 3 places of potential
                                                                       employment and return to manager
                                                                       Follow up with manager until job opportunity is offered or closed
                                                                       Practice interview skills with 3 adults
Student will develop portfolio with the 3 components listed based      Will research the 5 possibilities and interest in positions of chosen
upon career field of choice                                            career field
                                                                       Will locate 3 jobs of interest in chosen career field
                                                                       Identify 3 educational needs for chosen career field
Student will work 15 hours/wk., for 34 weeks of school, at a job.      Talk to RVI Coop instructor about the possibility of getting into
                                                                       the work study program.
                                                                       Apply for part time employment
                                                                       Develop list of strategies to improve employability
                                                                       Obtain part-time job




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Student will obtain a satisfactory performance rating within his     Complete a self-evaluation of job skills every 9 weeks
current employment.                                                  Have employer fill out WBL Student Performance Evaluation
                                                                     Discuss progress at work with manager & WBL teacher on a
                                                                     regular basis.
Student will seek a promotion within current employment              Complete self-evaluation of work skills every 6 months.
                                                                     Discuss progress at work with manager on a regular basis.


Student will gather 5 facts about 2 post-school supported            Contact and interview various supported employment options.
employment options                                                   Investigate (access websites, call, gather written information) on
                                                                     various post-school agencies such as: Vocational Rehabilitation,
                                                                     Rutledge, Briggs & Associates, Creative Enterprises.
                                                                     Tour 2 facilities/programs that are available for post-school
                                                                     participation ( Warm Springs, Goodwill, Cave Springs).
Student will develop and practice (X) job acquisition skills in      Prepare a resume which includes 3 references
preparation for employment.                                          Search local paper for 2 want ads in desired field of employment
                                                                     Identify 3 local businesses that offer part-time work.
                                                                     Complete 3 applications for each business and return to case
                                                                     manager.
                                                                     Follow-up with manager until job opportunity is offered or closed
Student will research 3 careers in (chosen career field)             Access internet website to identify occupational area
                                                                     (Occupational Outlook Handbook)
                                                                     Identify 3 careers and print information
                                                                     Create a list of the requirements for each career;
                                                                     education/training, skills abilities and job outlook
Student will interview (chosen retail) store manager to identify 3   Access Internet to research the job description of a (chosen retail)
positions and 3 qualifications for each needed to become             store clerk
employed                                                             Create a list of questions to ask a (chosen retail) store manager
                                                                     Interview manager
                                                                     Create a list of qualifications and skills needed




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Student will meet with staff from 2 churches and/or library          Contact local libraries/churches 3 times to inquire about volunteer
settings to discuss possible volunteer or supported employment       service possibilities during first semester
possibilities                                                        Practice appropriate greetings/conversations through
                                                                     communication system relevant to volunteer situations on a daily
                                                                     basis
                                                                     Practice using adaptive switch, environmental control unit, and
                                                                     tape player to play music for activities on a daily basis
Student will identify (X) jobs within the community                  Interview 3 family members and 3 neighbors about their jobs
                                                                     and identify 3 likes and 3 dislikes about their jobs
                                                                     Explore 4 specific roles of people working in the community in
                                                                     the local grocery store
                                                                     Shop in grocery store bi-weekly with family and identify 5 items
                                                                     each shopping trip in the grocery store
                                                                     Match specific items to the section where they are located in the
                                                                     grocery store
                                                                     Identify 3 work activities of interest within a grocery store
Student will receive training in 2 domestic domain areas at          Refine and expand cooking skills through use of oven, stovetop,
school, community, and home.                                         and microwave 2 times per week
                                                                     Devise and use regular room cleaning schedule/checklists for
                                                                     school and home

Student will meet with a VR representative on a quarterly basis to   Meet with a VR representative to discuss assistive technology
identify (X) assistive technology needs and options necessary to     needs and options
reach career goal                                                    Within the work plan, create a list of accommodations that will be
                                                                     needed in the college setting
Student will tour 3 post-school vocational training options          Contact Vocational Rehabilitation Program to inquire about/begin
                                                                     intake process for services
                                                                     Attend Coweta Transition Fair to gather information and contacts
                                                                     for local programs
                                                                     Contact local agencies for supported employment to schedule a




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                                                                     meeting
Student will identify 3 jobs in a grocery store within the           Interview 3 family members and 3 neighbors about their jobs and
community                                                            identify 3 likes and 3 dislikes about their jobs
                                                                     Explore 4 specific roles of people working in the community in
                                                                     the local grocery store
Student will list 1 job in 6 sections of a grocery store (produce,   Shop in grocery store bi-weekly with family and identify 5 items
bakery, frozen foods, check-out, ect)                                each shopping trip in the store
                                                                     Match specific items to the section where they are located in the
                                                                     grocery store
                                                                     Identify 3 work activities of interest within a grocery store
Student will acquire a communication device will be used             Work with teacher/speech/occupational therapist on using various
consistently to communicate with others.                             communication devices twice a week
                                                                     Contact vendors for possible sale/lease options for home use of
                                                                     communication device by first semester
Student will acquire and use an environmental control unit with      Work with teacher/occupational therapist on using assistive
an adaptive switch                                                   technology to operate electronic devices in her environment such
                                                                     as a tape player
                                                                     Work with computer with PowerPoint stories on a daily basis
                                                                     Contact vendors for possible sale/lease options for home use of
                                                                     environmental control device by the end of the semester




                                                 Community Participation
                       Transition IEP Goal                                                 Activity/Service Objective
Student will access and utilize (X) community resources              Assist parents in completing tasks in the community (banking,
                                                                     post office, library, utilities companies, etc.)
                                                                     Register to vote
                                                                     Obtain government picture ID




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                                                                    Register for Selective Service (all males age 18)
                                                                    Complete necessary tax forms
                                                                    Apply for SSI
                                                                    Apply for post-secondary support
Student will complete 2 activities to demonstrate responsible       Access Internet or visit library to obtain voter registration form
citizenship                                                         Complete and submit form to become a registered voter
                                                                    Access www.sss.gov to register for Selective Service
Student will identify (X) transportation options                    Investigate Public Transit options
                                                                    Apply for Para Transit Service, if applicable
                                                                    Schedule a trip with Coweta Transit 5311 (770-683-RIDE)
                                                                    Practice dry run to 3 destinations


Student will identify (X) modes of transportation                   Investigate transportation options on identified postsecondary
                                                                    campus
                                                                    Explore taxicab/van service in community
                                                                    Apply for Drivers Education training through Vocational
                                                                    Rehabilitation
                                                                    Utilize mobility instructor through VR
                                                                    Practice for and take test for Drivers License, requesting
                                                                    necessary accommodations
                                                                    Practice driving skills at least ___ a week.
                                                                    Obtain bus schedule and practice dry runs.

Student will meet educational and attendance requirements to        Request Georgia Driver’s Manual to study for written test
obtain a learner’s permit.                                          Take & Pass Driver’s written test
                                                                    Provide Alcohol and Drug Awareness Card
                                                                    Provide Attendance Certification from base school
                                                                    Provide Birth Certificate
Student will take (X) steps to obtain driver’s license during the   Research 2 options for driver’s training programs (driver’s




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school year.                                                          education through school, private driving instruction) and
                                                                      organize information
                                                                      Study for written part of driver’s test using online resources
                                                                      www.dmv.org or visit local driver’s license office to obtain
                                                                      Georgia Driver’s Manual
                                                                      Take and Pass written part of driver’s test
Student will receive no traffic violations                            Follow driving laws to keep driver’s license
                                                                      Take a defensive driving course through the Sheriff’s Dept.
Student will join club, team, or other social organization.           List options and join 1 school club
                                                                      Investigate Social Club through Coweta Parks and Rec.
                                                                      Investigate various volunteer service organizations
                                                                      Investigate joining sports leagues
                                                                      Attend 2-3 school events per semester (sporting events, dances,
                                                                      club meetings, etc.)
                                                                      Initiate conversations with peers and c-workers

Student will identify (X) leisure/recreation activities of interest   Investigate Special Olympics participation
                                                                      Visit local 2 local Coweta County Parks
                                                                      Identify 3 community classes offered at CEC
                                                                      Identify 3 clubs/3 activities of interest at high school level
                                                                      Visit Coweta County Library
Student will understand function of and practice utilizing 3          Accompany family on trips to the grocery store, post office, bank,
community resources                                                   public library, and auto mechanic shop (4 per month)
                                                                      Use the phone book to locate businesses and phone numbers in
                                                                      the community, make 4 calls per month
                                                                      Upon 18th birthday, register to vote
                                                                      List emergency services in the community such as 911, hospital
                                                                      Role play situations for accessing emergency resources

Student will attend 2 professional and 3 high school baseball         Student will express an interest in attending Braves baseball




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games.                                                              games to his parents
                                                                    Student will discuss the game schedule and ticket purchase with
                                                                    his parents and select two games to attend
                                                                    Student will remain after school to attend three home baseball
                                                                    games this spring
Student will register to vote                                       Obtain and complete forms necessary for voter registration
                                                                    Find appropriate voter precinct
                                                                    Vote in next scheduled election, with adult support
Student will volunteer in his community for 20 hours                Investigate 3 volunteer options in the community (summer camp
                                                                    counselor, food bank, Habitat for Humanity)
                                                                    Using a calendar, make a schedule to incorporate volunteer duties
                                                                    and employment
Student will actively participate in group conversations with peers Practice and expand vocabulary on chosen communication
at lunch and/or during community skills outings, using              device/system
communication system on (X) different occasions.                    Participate in group “conversations” during lunch periods and
                                                                    daily outings
Student will initiate communication with workers in community       Practice and expand vocabulary on chosen communication
settings, initiating 2 responses in 3 different locations.          device/system
                                                                    Participate in group/one on one “conversations” during
                                                                    community settings
Student will attend a mentoring program once a week for 20          Investigate mentoring programs in the area and inquire about the
weeks                                                               referral process for each
                                                                    Contact a representative from the selected mentoring program to
                                                                    begin involvement
Student’s family will complete one sign language training module Will locate local interpreting services in community and ask
per week from Described and Captioned Media Program (free)          about classes.
                                                                    Locate ASL online classes for family and assist in helping them
                                                                    learn to sign.
Student will be able to develop and use a picture list to find 4    Student will attend 3 CBI shopping trips this semester
items on a shopping trip                                            Student will make choices and locate 4 items needed for various




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                                                                     activities that require purchases.
                                                                     Student will list prices of items purchased
Student will initiate conversation (in ASL) with peers (X) times a    With guidance from her teachers and staff, Andrea will be
day                                                                  encouraged to initiate conversation with peers during class and
                                                                     social setting.
Student will use local transportation service (Coweta 5311) for      Log on to www.coweta.ga.us to investigate local transportation
persons with disabilities to travel to two locations within the      website to learn details for accessing transportation options. Find
county.                                                              2 routes to be used for transportation needs
                                                                     Identify 2 taxicab/van services in her community




                                    Adult Living Skills/Post School Options
                      Transition IEP Goal                                                Activity/Service Objective
 Student will demonstrate self-advocacy skills by completing the     Take active role in planning and participating in next IEP.
 3 activities listed                                                 Communicate the nature of disability, needed accommodations,
                                                                     and strengths.
                                                                     Discuss classroom modifications needed with all teachers
                                                                     Meet with case manager every 4.5 weeks to discuss progress
                                                                     Discuss strengths and weaknesses with potential employer
                                                                     Make an appointment to meet with Disability Resource Center at
                                                                     selected post-secondary institution.
                                                                     Meet with Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor to discuss needs.
                                                                     Contact appropriate support organizations for post-secondary
                                                                     assistance (Center for Visually Impaired, Autism Society, etc.).

 Student will increase self-determination skills through becoming    Participate in self-determination curriculum through social skills




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aware of, and articulating 3 personal strengths and 3 weaknesses   class
                                                                   Research Asperger’s Syndrome on the internet to be able to
                                                                   discuss with others
                                                                   Identify 3 strenghts and 3 weaknesses with case manager to be
                                                                   able to share at the next IEP meeting
Student will exhibit the use of 2 money management skills.         Open checking account and maintain for 3 months
                                                                   Keep monthly statement and balance.
                                                                   Assume responsibility for 1 bill a month; paying the correct
                                                                   amount on time.
                                                                   Manage deposits and withdrawals
Student will open and maintain checking account over 3 months.     Identify a bank and open 2 accounts (checking, savings) along
                                                                   with check card for access to accounts
                                                                   Use check card for purchasing 3 items/meals while on community
                                                                   skills outings minimum once per week, with adult support
                                                                   Use ledger to keep track of withdrawals and deposits in accounts,
                                                                   with adult support
Student will maintain a $100 minimum balance in his/her bank       Open and maintain a checking and savings account
account at all times for 3 months.                                 Create and follow a budget
Student will identify 3 opportunities to interact with peers       With parent permission and support Student will:
outside of the school setting.                                     Call a classmate/friend to arrange for a social outing minimum
                                                                   once per month.

Student will complete 2 social skills in school, community and     Spend a night away from home
work settings.                                                     Attend a social skills class in school
                                                                   Join an adult social group through local agencies
                                                                   Participate in at least 3 volunteer activities a year through
                                                                   organizations in local community
Student will be responsible for 5 weekly/daily chores in           Plan, shop for, and prepare at least one meal a week
preparation for independent living.                                Wake self up each morning using an alarm clock
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                                                                    Sort dirty laundry by colors, load and start washer and dryer, with
                                                                    adult support
                                                                    Care for “Lacy” (family cat) by feeding (2 times/day) and
                                                                    cleaning out litter box (daily)
Student will determine the process for parents obtaining legal      Obtain guardianship information
guardianship over her.                                              Contact lawyer to begin/complete guardianship process
                                                                    Identify necessary steps to obtain a Medicaid waiver
Student will make (X) contacts to obtain financial assistance:      Apply for Supplemental Security Income (SSI)
                                                                    Apply for a Medicaid Waiver (DHR)
                                                                    Contact family’s insurance company to inquire about coverage
                                                                    options.

Acquire self-monitoring strategies to decrease impulsive            Self-record specific behaviors on chart
behavior                                                            Role Play
                                                                    Stop & Think – wait 5 seconds before responding
                                                                    Deep Breathing before responding to situation
Student will create and follow a budget for 3 months                Student will identify his expenses for housing, transportation,
                                                                    utilities, grocery and personal care items and set up budget for 3
                                                                    months
                                                                    Student will determine his needed income to pay bills
                                                                    Student will use ledger to keep track of bills and payment due
Student will demonstrate appropriate peer relations in 4 settings   Discuss and role play 3 situations in social skills class
                                                                    Accompany a peer on a social outing at least once a month
                                                                    Acquire self-monitoring strategies to decrease impulsive behavior
Student will advocate for self by communicating 2 strengths and     Take active role in planning and participating in her next IEP
2 weaknesses to her teachers, peers and employers.                  meeting
                                                                    Discuss classroom modifications needed with all teachers
                                                                    When employed, discuss strengths and weaknesses with
                                                                    employer, get monthly feedback on targeted behaviors
                                                                    Participate in role-playing activities to practice utilizing self-




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                                                                     advocacy skills in a variety of situations.
 Student will find 2 jobs of interest using the want ads             With parent, locate possible job opportunities in the local
                                                                     newspaper.
                                                                     With parent, review the process of obtaining a job of interest
 Student will use a video phone to complete direct calls which       Student will learn to use the video relay to contact other deaf
 last 2 to 15 minutes to 3 acquaintances and 3 businesses or         friends
 agencies                                                            Student will learn to use the TTY to relay a simple
                                                                     GSD social worker will give parent information on getting a
                                                                     video relay service in her home.




 Student will take an active role in planning and participating in   Meet with case manager to review the instructional
 his/her next IEP meeting                                            accommodations page of his/her IEP.
                                                                     List 3 basic needs, 3 wants and 3 accommodations
                                                                     Make introductions at IEP Meeting
                                                                     Role play IEP Meeting with family
 Student will distribute his accommodation plan to all 4 teachers    Take an active role in his IEP meeting.
 every semester.                                                     Practice discussing classroom accommodations needed




                                                       Related Services
                              *** Note: Often left blank if student does not receive Related Services
                       Transition IEP Goal                                            Activity/Service Objective
Student will explore 2 options for keeping or replacing           Contact Assistive Technology manufacturer to obtain information
Assistive Technology device for post-secondary use                from funding coordinator or client advocate
                                                                  Contact State Chapter of major disability organizations for




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                                                                    funding purposes Ex: United Cerebral Palsy, Spinal Bifida Assoc.
                                                                    Am. Foundation for Blind, Sunshine Foundation, Keith Brooking



Initiate application for Medicaid Waiver                            Contact Region I MHDDAD Office to make appointment
                                                                    Contact Benefits Navigator for information on initiation of SSI
                                                                    Obtain and complete necessary paperwork
                                                                    Monitor status of application monthly
Student will apply to                                               Complete and sign school referral
VR for vocational Evaluation and vocational development             Meet with vocational counselor when assigned
                                                                    Participate in Vocational and/or Work Evaluation through
                                                                    Vocational Rehabilitation
                                                                    Tour minimum of X facilities (Warm Springs, Cave Spring,
Student will attend Transition Fair                                 Rutledge )

                                                                    Student will obtain information from 3 vendors at Transition Fair

Student will acquire a communication device that can be used        Work with teacher/speech/occupational therapist on using
consistently to communicate with others (see also IEP)              various communication devices.

                                                                    Contact vendors for sale/lease options on communication device
Student will acquire and use an environmental control unit          Work with teacher/occupational therapist on using assistive
with an adaptive switch                                             technology to operate electronic devices in the environment
                                                                    such as a tape player, etc.
                                                                    Contact vendors for possible sale/lease options for home use of
                                                                      environmental control device.

                                                                    Contact vendors, such as Tools for Life, Dunamis etc.to investi-
Student will identify (X) providers of resources for consultation   gate assistive technology/communication options




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needed to achieve optimum level of independence in                  Contact local Occupational and or Speech therapist for consult
communication and environmental control.                            Services

                                                                    Utilize/expand assistive technology at school/home

Student will request an interpreter for personal needs (driver      Will request the services of an interpreter when needed.
license testing, job interview, doctor’s appointment etc.) on (X)   Will meet with the social worker or counselor to discuss
occasions                                                           when and how to request interpreting services

Student will meet with VR counselor on at least 2 different         Arrive at meetings promptly
occasions to set-up a work plan.                                    Contact counselor ahead of time if late needing to reschedule


 Student will demonstrate 2 effective uses of calming skills in 3   Identify 3 stressful situations at school and home
stressful situations for a 6 month period.                          Identify 3 effective techniques that work
                                                                    Role Play and utilize calming strategies
Student will identify 2 appropriate agencies to link with upon      List 5 possible agencies by researching the internet and telephone
graduation                                                          book and attending Transition Fair
                                                                    Contact VR counselor and discuss services and options through
                                                                     DHR
                                                                    Tour a minimum of 2 facilities (Warm Springs, Cave Springs)
In a community setting, such as a job interview or taking the       Will request the services of an interpreter when needed
driver’s test, student will independently request once a month       Will meet with the social worker on counselor to discuss when
professional interpreting services                                  and how to request interpreting services
Student will apply for long-term financial assistance.              Apply for Supplemental Security Income
                                                                    Apply for a Medicaid Waiver through local Region office
                                                                    Contact family’s insurance company to inquire about coverage
                                                                    options




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                                                     Daily Living Skills
                      Transition IEP Goal                                                Activity/Service Objective
Student will demonstrate use of personal hygiene practices 5 days   Create and follow a schedule for personal hygiene activities
a week as judged by a chart developed by student and parents        Schedule a specific time/day for the following activities as part of
                                                                    a weekly routine:
                                                                    Activities: regular bathing/showers, washing and drying clothes,
                                                                    hair/body care
                                                                    Check off personal hygiene activities on chart when completed
                                                                    Register for Health Class in high school
Student will obtain the necessary supports and accommodations       Participate in appropriate classes
to live independently                                               Discuss access to accommodations for independent living with
                                                                    VR counselor
Student will acquire the skills necessary to live independently     Plan., shop for, and prepare at least 2 meals a week
                                                                    Perform daily cleaning chores without prompts
                                                                    Make and follow schedule to perform week laundry chores

 Student will take 4 steps to open and maintain checking/savings    Research 3 banks online and compare fees, interest for savings
account                                                             Choose the account type needed




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                                                                     Provide information needed to open account – drivers license, ID
                                                                     Keep monthly statement and balance
Student will utilize a communication system and                      Expand appropriate activities per student
gesturing/orienting to make requests and indicate preferences

Student will be able to prepare a simple snack or meal with          Will be able to choose the food items, utensils, and appropriate
minimal assistance 3 times.                                          cooking method for a selected food choice
                                                                     Will request assistance when needed and follow the directions
                                                                     given
                                                                     Will clean up after food preparation

Student will obtain the necessary supports and accommodations        Participate in the Daily Living classes offered through the CVI
to live independently by completing 2 of the designated transition   Discuss access to accommodations for independent living with
activities.                                                          VR counselor, such as utilizing Tools for Life
                                                                     List 5 accommodations that are necessary to live in an apartment
                                                                     Borrow/use 3 accommodations from Tools for Life that would
                                                                     help student live more successfully independently
Student will identify and complete 5 necessary steps in morning      Identify necessary steps in morning routine by working w/family
routine to get ready for school 5 days a week.                       to make a chart
                                                                     Follow morning hygiene sequence on chart
                                                                     Address hygiene needs throughout the day, as needed
Student will improve personal hygiene by following a chart           Schedule a specific time/day for the following activities as part of
regarding personal hygiene needs and keeping track of completed      a weekly routine: regular bathing/showers, washing and drying
activities                                                           clothes, hair/body care
                                                                     Check off personal hygiene activities on chart when completed
Student will demonstrate two independent living skills five days     Wake self up in the morning using an alarm clock
per week for 16 weeks                                                Utilize a calendar at home and in school to record appointment
                                                                     and activities
                                                                     Listing homework/chores necessary to complete for each day




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Student will choose clothing appropriate for work and for play on   Provide communication choices with a variety of student’s
3 opportunities to dress for each of the 2 types                    clothing to include work and play clothes
Student will wash and dry his/her clothes independently once a      Will demonstrate a skill in handling various types of laundry
week                                                                needs to include washing, delicates, colors and special fabrics.
                                                                     Student will demonstrate how to handle various types of fabrics
                                                                    for drying clothes to include line drying, temperature settings and
                                                                    small items.
Student will learn to shop and select 10 food items based upon      Student will shop with family and identify freshness, quality, date
freshness, quality, date cost, and nutritional value.               cost, and nutritional value of various food items.
                                                                    Student will be able to plan a simple meal on a budgeted amount
                                                                    of money once a week
Student will assist family with meal preparation on 2 weekdays      Assist family with identifying recipes including steps necessary to
                                                                    complete recipes
                                                                    Assist family with grocery shopping including budget for meals



Student will list 3 facts in the area of pregnancy/prenatal         Will request a time to meet with parent to discuss questions over
care/parenthood                                                     pregnancy, prenatal care, parenthood
                                                                     Will request a private time to meet with dorm RA, counselor, or
                                                                    other trusted adult, to discuss questions
                                                                     Will participate in the “Baby Real Deal” experience using
                                                                    programmed baby dolls to simulate being a parent.
                                                                     If applicable, will learn how to use adapted devices for being a
                                                                    deaf parent.
Student will perform 3 daily chores at home following a prepared    Identify daily chores at home
checklist.                                                          Complete and follow a checklist of chores performed
Student will assist in packing their backpack for school/work by    Provide communication choices and/or actual objects for choice
indicating needed items to caregiver in the morning before          making to include lunch, snack foods, clothing choices, and other
coming to school/work 2 mornings per week for a semester.           necessary items on a daily basis.




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