Successful Transitions for Exceptional Students Ages 18-21
The Successful Transitions for Exceptional People program serves students aged 18-21 who have completed the majority of their high school credit requirements but plan to attend a special education program through their twenty-first year.
Hockinson’s transition program focuses on increasing independence within employment and independent living environments.
Classroom- and community-based instruction concentrates on proficiencies within the daily living, community living, personal life and functional academics.
On-the-job training within community locations supports the growth of independence of vocationally themed skills.
Along with a Job Coach/Paraeducator, students plan and access recreation/leisure, public transportation and job site visits to learn about resources within their community.
The overarching goal of the transition program is to bridge the transition from high school to post-secondary environments.
If you have further questions regarding the transition program, please contact Keila Dean at 360 448-6418