Transition Program

Transition Program Overview

Secondary Transition

Secondary transition refers to the process a student with a disability experiences as they move from high school to their next area of interest including postsecondary education, employment, and independent living. In Florida, this begins at age 14 or earlier and may not end until age 22 for students with significant disabilities.

TRANSITION PROGRAM GOALS
  • Increase level of independence
  • Be productive citizens within their community
  • Develop skills necessary in obtaining competitive employment in their field of choice
  • Increase social and communication skills across all settings
  • Improve self-determination skills
  • Increase confidence levels
  • Engage the support of adult service agencies before exiting the program
CURRICULUM
  • Employability Skills
  • Financial Literacy
  • Basic Technology Supports (applications, resumes, on-line support, etc…)
  • Career Experience
  • Career Placement
  • Florida Drivers Learners
  • Permit Test Prep
  • Public Transit System
  • Travel Training

For more information contact

Robert Pancione
Transition Coordinator
561.364.7907
Robert.pancione@pbcharterschools.org

LeeAnne Gallagher

Transition Specialist
561.369.7097
leeann.gallagher@pbcharterschools.org

Kristie Vullo

Transition Specialist
561.369.7072
kristie.vullo@pbcharterschools.org

Get in touch

872 Arch Ave.
Chaska, Palo Alto, CA 55318
hello@example.com
ph: +1.123.434.965

Work inquiries

jobs@example.com
ph: +1.321.989.645

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