Our Roy Johnson Adult Transition Program encourages student-centered planning to maximize independence in adult life. Our program is designed for students with moderate to severe disabilities after they complete four years of high school, and before the age of 22 when adult programs can begin. Between 18 and 22, the program helps students shift from a traditional academic environment to a young adult functional curriculum.
Students work on skills such as travel training, vocational skill building, recreational and leisure activities, independent living skills, and applied academic skills. The program partners with families and agencies to support students' individual goals and prepares them for post-school adult options.