Learn about how to help your child prepare for life after age 22, whether it’s going on to college, getting a job, or finding support for their daily life.
Leaving school and entering the “real world” creates lots of questions about what life will look like for your family. Your child may want to continue with school, find a job or get support to help with their daily needs at home.
State programs and other organizations offer supports to help you through this transition and prepare for your child’s future needs. While we can’t promise that you or your child will get the perfect services, we can help you see what your options are.
The Guide will help you:
- Prepare your child to find a job or go to college
- Learn about supports available to help with daily life
- Learn how to build transition supports into your child’s IEP
- Get services after your child turns 22
Like all our free Guides, the Exceptional Lives Transition to Adulthood Guide is written in plain, easy-to-understand language. Click the button below to get started!
This guide includes information specific to Massachusetts. If you live in another state, you may still find this guide useful.