Laker Transitions is a program designed to assist adult-aged students with disabilities learn employment and independent living skills along with facilitating post secondary education and training opportunities. Students will learn about and be able to access community agencies that will support their transition goals. Our students learn skills encouraging them to be involved members in the community while accessing their greatest level of independence in employment, daily living and post-secondary education and training, community participation and recreation/leisure.
Laker Transitions provides opportunities for students with disabilities, ages 18-21, to gain independent living skills, transition skills, social and functional skills and self-advocacy in real-life settings
This is a secondary special education program for students who:
Are 18 - 21 years old
Have a variety of disabilities
Have a current IEP
Have documented transition needs
Do not have a high school diploma