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TRANSITION GOALS AND OBJECTIVES

(Based on Brolin's Life Centered Career Education) Page 1 of 4 Instructions: The following charts include suggestions for developing goals and objectives to meet a student's adult outcomes. This resource should be used as a guideline to develop individual goals for students with participation from the student and their family. Not every student will need to accomplish every objective listed below, and many will need additional objectives more specific to their strengths and weaknesses. EMPLOYMENT GOAL

Determine vocational strengths, weaknesses and interests Coordinate/ Participate in Vocational Options Explore a variety of Career Options

OBJECTIVE: The student will be able to:

Complete comprehensive vocational assessment Shadow in vocational technical program Shadow three businesses of interest Contact job developer Review scores with instructor Complete and interest inventory i.e. Virginia VIEW Participate in high school vocational program Interview worker in career areas of interest Practice interview skills Self-assess vocational abilities after completing work samples Participate in the VEP assessment Shadow vocational programs/ businesses to assess skills Identify vocational goals to meet vocational needs and interest Complete work samples Collect assessment data Parents will list the student's strengths, weaknesses and interests Review options for participating in Tech Prep Program at BRCC Attend career fair or job fair

Determine eligibility with DRS Participate in two volunteer work experiences Write/update resume

Take ASVAB for military consideration Submit application to Summer Youth Employment Apply for vocational rehabilitation services (DRS)

Tour supported employment programs Contact and apply to three businesses

Obtain Employment

Keep records of job search

Do a follow-up check with personnel to find out your job search status

Every attempt has been made to contact and request permission from the author of this material. Please contact the Shenandoah Valley Regional Program, Phone: 540-886-9778, Website: http://web.augusta.k12.va.us/svrp/ to provide owner information. Thank you.

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EDUCATION GOAL

Identify Education Options

OBJECTIVE: The student will be able to:

Complete and submit financial aid packet Explore dorm possibilities on campus of choice Work with counselor/case manager to determine credits Contract/visit colleges of choice Participate in a pre-college program or workshop Complete the anticipated course of study to choose classes toward a long term goal Review three postsecondary catalogs Take PSAT, SAT, ACT or other assessment for college admission

GOAL

Managing Personal Finances Household Management Caring for Personal Needs Buying, Preparing and Consuming Food Buying and Caring for Clothing

ADULT INDEPENDENT LIVING OBJECTIVE: The student will be able to:

Count money and make correct change Maintain home and exterior /interior Learn strategies for keeping physically fit Purchase food Make responsible expenditures Use basic applications and tools Learn strategies for good nutrition and weight control Clean food preparation areas Purchase clothing Keep basic financial records Select adequate housing Exhibit proper grooming and hygiene Store food appropriately Iron and store clothing Calculate and pay taxes Set up a household Understand how credit works Maintain home grounds Practice personal safety Plan/eat balanced healthy meals Use banking services

Dress according to the weather and activity Prepare various simple meals Do simple mending on clothing i.e. sew on a button

Clean clothing

Every attempt has been made to contact and request permission from the author of this material. Please contact the Shenandoah Valley Regional Program, Phone: 540-886-9778, Website: http://web.augusta.k12.va.us/svrp/ to provide owner information. Thank you.

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ADULT INDEPENDENT LIVING continued

Responsible Citizenship Recreation/Leisure Skills Demonstrate knowledge of civil rights and responsibilities Demonstrate knowledge of available community resources Demonstrate of traffic rules and safety Identify physical and psychological needs Express feelings of self-worth Develop respect for the rights and property of others Demonstrate listening and responding skills Have knowledge of and visit local government offices Choose and plan activities Demonstrate knowledge of the law and follow the law Demonstrate knowledge of the value of recreation Understand the responsibilities of being a driver Be able to verbalize or write strengths and challenges Accept and give praise Demonstrate appropriate behavior in public places Make and maintain friendships Register to vote

Engage in group and individual activities Use the DMV website to study for the driver's test Identify emotions

Plan vacation time

Mobility

Self-Awareness

Demonstrate knowledge of different transportation options Identify interest and abilities Describe others perception of self Recognize authority an follow instructions Establish and maintain close relationships

Learn to read a bus schedule

Plan a trip using a bus schedule

Take driver's education

Demonstrate knowledge of physical self Develop confidence in self Recognize personal roles

Self-Confidence

Accept and give constructive criticism Know important character traits

Socially Responsible Behavior Interpersonal Skills

Every attempt has been made to contact and request permission from the author of this material. Please contact the Shenandoah Valley Regional Program, Phone: 540-886-9778, Website: http://web.augusta.k12.va.us/svrp/ to provide owner information. Thank you.

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ADULT INDEPENDENT LIVING continued

Achieving Independence Decision Making Strive toward selfactualization Locate and utilize sources of assistance Recognize and respond to emergency situations Determine needed individual legal needs Identify counseling/support needs Take classes in Work and Family Studies Open a checking and savings account Demonstrate selforganization Anticipate consequences Communicate with understanding Determine legal resource in the community Identify community resources for counseling/support needs Review a lease Demonstrate awareness of how one's behavior affects others Develop and evaluate alternatives Know subtleties of communication Research legal resources Interview agencies to assess suitability to individual need Determine accommodations and supports for a living situation Enroll in community independent living skills program Apply for appropriate assistance Participate in mentor program (Parent will) contact attorney for setting up trust (Parent will) Contact attorney for estate planning options

Recognize nature of the problem

Develop goal seeking behavior

Communication

Obtain Needed Legal Assistance Community Supports

Living Independently

Visit two apartments for rent Visit group homes and other supported living options

Look through ads and choose three living options

Prepare lunch for school or work day

Develop a personal budget

Determine criteria for residential supervised living

Every attempt has been made to contact and request permission from the author of this material. Please contact the Shenandoah Valley Regional Program, Phone: 540-886-9778, Website: http://web.augusta.k12.va.us/svrp/ to provide owner information. Thank you.

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