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Exemplar IEP Transition Plans

Exemplars

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blue ribbonRyan will graduate at age 21 with a certificate of attendance. His employment goal is to become a state trooper. His annual goals include steps to test the viability of that goal. Ryan’s NH IEP transition plan

Sarah will graduate with a regular high school diploma and plans to attend a 4-year college to major in a field related to writing. Sarah’s NH IEP transition plan

The Parent Information Center (PIC) and the New Hampshire Department of Education worked together to develop two exemplar IEP transition plans. Both IEPs are included in the Life After High School Transition Toolkit (PDF, 77 pages, 2016) from PIC.

Jamarreo will graduate with a regular high school diploma and plans to attend a community college to obtain a welding certificate. Jamarreo’s transition plan

The Strafford Learning Center used their Transition IEP Planning Worksheet to build this exemplar. Schools can use this to organize transition information for easier entry into their data management system.

Allison has a specific learning disability in reading comprehension and written expression, and organizational challenges. She plans to attend a four-year college and major in child development. Allison’s story, measurable postsecondary goalscourse of studyannual goals 

Lilly has severe multiple mental and physical disabilities. She receives specially designed instruction with an alternate curriculum in a separate school setting. Lilly’s Storymeasurable postsecondary goalscourse of studyannual goals 

Lissette is a 20 year old student with Down Syndrome and plans to complete a certificate program in food service. Lissette’s Storymeasurable postsecondary goalscourse of studyannual goals

These exemplars were developed from NSTTAC case studies and used in a Secondary Transition Webinar Series at the NH Institute on Disability.

Alex is a 17 year old student with autism who would like to continue working in the business department of an office supply store, and may need employment supports. Alex’s case study with goals, transition services, interagency coordination, transition assessments, and course of study

Jody is age 17 with mild cognitive disabilities and plans to remain in high school to age 21. She would like to take courses at the local community college and work in the retail industry. Jody’s case study with goals, transition services, interagency coordination, transition assessments, and course of study

Kevin is an 18 year old young man with significant intellectual disabilities and spastic quadriplegic cerebral palsy. He would like to work in supported employment up to his maximum stamina. Kevin’s case study with goals, transition services, interagency coordination, transition assessments, and course of study

Paulo is an 18 year old student with a mild cognitive disability and autism. He communicates primarily with adapted sign language and would like to work at a grocery store. Paulo’s case study with goals, transition services, interagency coordination, transition assessments, and course of study

These case studies contain examples and non-examples of measurable postsecondary goals and annual goals. The case studies were developed by the former National Secondary Transition Technical Assistance Center (NSTTAC) and now live on the National Technical Assistance Center on Transition (NTACT) website.

Links checked 5/4/17