Transition Program at Fremont
The Transition Program is an optional program for young adults with special needs who are 18-21 years of age and who have completed their high school core classes and when the IEP team have determined the need for such transition services.
Transition is the process students and their families use to develop desired outcomes after high school. Transition assists with developing necessary tools to progress from high school to adult life.
Transition may look very different from individual to individual. Services are provided through a "team model" approach of educational professionals, student, parents, and community resources.
Experiences and opportunities are offered to ensure that students will be able to obtain individual goals and acquire the knowledge and skills needed to access appropriate community resources and agencies.
Career and Work Based Learning
- Work Skill Development
- Work-Based learning
- Connection to Department of Vocational Rehabilitation
Adult Life Skills
- Money Management
- Apartment Living
- Cooking Skills
- Organizational Skills
- Self-Care Skills
Community Resources/Leisure Activities
- RTD Training
- Driver Permit Training
- Physical Fitness
- Peer/Socialization Skills
- Advocacy Skills
- Decision Making and Solutions
To empower young adults to recognize their potential by providing resources, skill development and opportunities that maximize their independence toward adult life.