Transition to Life participants have been busy being social for the past couple of weeks. Last week they enjoyed a waterfront walk ending with ice cream and sweet treats. They also engaged in Social Improv with Rachel, one of our Transition to Life teachers.
Congratulations to our participants on getting out there. We are glad to see everyone having fun while learning new skills!
Imagine a Life is an interactive workshop designed for parents to explore strategies and
resources to support successful transition experiences.
• Understand the critical success factors when developing a transition plan
• Learn how to assess and develop goals for their child in each of the following areas: life
skills, job readiness, community involvement, social understanding and sexuality,
healthy, life long learning
• Explore self-regulation and anxiety reduction strategies
• Review barriers to developing a meaningful daily schedule (executive functioning,
computer addiction and sleep)
• Begin the process of developing a meaningful daily schedule for their child
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