For Your Toolbox

Secondary Transition Roadmap for Families

High School vs. Post Secondary

The Deferral Process for a Standard Diploma by Project 10

Navigating Your IEP

Standard Diploma Option for Students Entering HS as indicated by Project 10

Predictors to Support Your Student Post-Secondary Journey

Graduation Options-ACCEL vs. Technical Education by Project 10

Types of College and Post-Secondary Accommodations

Requirements and Helpful Guidance Worksheets for HS Students

Questionnaire and Helpful Guidance Worksheets for HS Students

Understanding ESE Acronyms by FND

Parent Questionnaire for IEP Meeting

Parent Questionnaire for Transition Services

Quick Tips on Transition Action Items by Age

Worksheet to and Helpful Guidance Worksheets for HS Students

A Guide for Parents and Educators to Assess Personal Preferences and to Develop an Indidvidualized Plan

Checklist for Transitioning to Adult Life

A Guide for Individuals, Parents, Educators and Employers to Assess Individuals Preferences and Employment Support Needs

Foundational Skills Checklist by Think College

Family Guide for Vocational Planning

Tips to preparing Your Child for Post-Secondary Ages 10-13

Tips to preparing Your Child for Post-Secondary Ages 13-15

Tips to preparing Your Child for Post-Secondary Ages 15-18

Tips to preparing Your Child for Post-Secondary Ages 18-21

Tips to preparing Your Child for Post-Secondary Success

Tips to preparing Your Child Assessment Post-Secondary Tool

Student Questionnaire to assess interests

Post-Secondary Planning Checklist for Parents

Preparing Your Child with ID for College Programs

Benchmarks for Middle School Transition

Middle School Trail Map by Project 10

How to Balance Parenting indicated by Project 10

The documents provided above are resources that will facilitate families in their child’s transition to his/her post secondary journey. The resources come from different organizations that support the Autism community. If you would like for additional resources or more information, make sure to visit the organization’s website.