Youth Transition Services for students with disabilities focuses on career development, employment preparation, independence and community integration
Transitioning young people with disabilities from school to the adult world requires careful planning and a cooperative effort among families, school staff and community service providers. Our Youth Transition Services Program for students with a variety of disabilities, age 14 to 21, focuses on career development, employment preparation, independent living and community integration through work based learning, functional academics and life skills experiences.
Designed to facilitate a seamless transition from school to work and post-school activities, the program includes social skills building, career exploration, counseling, personal finance skills, and travel training.
- Adheres to CDOS* Credentials and SACC* Requirements
- Highly Successful & Fiscally Responsible Solution to Meet Students’ IEP Goals
- On/Off-Site & Half/Full-Time Programming Available
- New On-Site Middle School Program
- Extracurricular Sports & Recreational Program
- Monthly Evening Peer Socialization Groups & Themed Family Fun Nights
Youth Transition Services Programs Available:
- CDOS Credential and Skills Credential Requirements Program
- 18 to 21 Year Old Program
- Summer Program – Nassau and Suffolk County locations
- Summer Program for Town of North Hempstead Residents with Developmental Disabilities
- After-School Program
- Socialization Programs – evenings
- PROSPER Vocational Program for High School Juniors and Seniors
For more information, contact:
Barry Tussman, Associate Vice President, Youth Transition Services, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 516.465.1529.
*Career Development and Occupational Studies Credential (CDOS). Skills Achievement Commencement Credential (SACC).
Functional academics and life skills are taught
Students experience hands-on learning and career exploration.
Travel training includes use of the bus, railroad and subway.