Resource Education Solutions
Back In The Future Transition Programs
As parents, we want our children to be satisfied and interactive with their education, work, spiritual life, social connections, recreation, physical health, and emotional well-being. All of these individual components are an important part of our transition program. Our transition program contribute to and determine “a better quality of life.” You may not have specific ideas about each of these areas, but you know they are important and essential to a productive, fulfilling, and independent adult life. This is what all parents want for their children. Maybe you’re not sure how to give your child the best quality of life possible. But you don’t just have to simply wonder, imagine, and hope. And you’re not alone. As special education consultants, Resource Education Solutions teaches the connections among all of these areas and identifies realistic and attainable goals for your child.
Action and planning are required for what you envision for your young adult and what he or she needs to transition out of high school. Resource Education Solutions offers transition programs, the curriculum and classes (often called “futures planning”) are central to a student’s future quality of life. Although the concept of quality of life is often as much about the process as it is about the product, neither process nor product should be compromised as part of transition classes. Resource Education Solutions’ transition curriculum and classes have this broad vision in mind. As we brainstorm about the specifics of your young adult, we individually consider factors like:
- Personal interests
- Personal strengths and challenges
- Past learning history
- Self advocacy
- Self image
- Independent living skills
- Necessary supports for your young adult along the way.
All of these components are a part of our transition curriculum. The end result is a future for your young adult that ensures the best possible quality of life.
Contact us today to discuss your young adult’s transition needs and to learn more about our curriculum and classes!