Effects of Transition to Adulthood on Functional Skills for Students with Disabilities

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An independent study examined the effects of Transition to Adulthood on the acquisition, maintenance and generalization of functional skills by adolescents with disabilities. The current study is a replication of a pilot study that documented the effectiveness of Transition to Adulthood for acquiring and maintaining transition skills with eight high school students with disabilities.

Transition to Adulthood is an evidence-based, blended learning curriculum that uses point-of-view video modeling, task analyses, computer-based lessons, teacher-delivered lessons, and visual supports to teach critical functional skills in the areas of: Personal Life Skills, Home Skills, Vocational Skills, Community Skills & Leisure Skills.

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