- Do you have a severely disabled student you don’t know what to do with?
- Do you know how to write a transition-based IEP?
- Do you know what the evidence-based practices are and have you incorporated them into your classroom?
- Are you articulating the post-secondary goals and annual goals based on transition assessment?
By law, each student with disabilities is required to have a personalized transition assessment.
Unfortunately, due to budgetary and educational time constraints these assessments aren’t always completed. J Lynn Enterprises works with educators to ensure they are following the letter of the law so that they don’t have repercussions at a later date. Please see our transition services including training/consultation and e-coaching for education professionals, or contact us for more information.
Case Study 1
School district had a threatening lawsuit against them due to the lack and untimely manner they had prepared a transition assessment and set-up individualized transition services.
J.Lynn Enterprises was hired to complete an independent evaluation that answered the referral questions needed in order to keep the case from being filed for hearing.
The 100-page assessment provided adequate information to define the student’s postsecondary goals and that provided realistic and relevant transition services all parties agreed upon.
Case Study 2
Transition Coordinator and staff had failed to develop individual education program that complied with federal guidelines for transition.
J.Lynn Enterprises was hired as a consult for a six-month period to work with staff on a weekly basis—training on best practices, resourcing their department and coaching them on two difficult cases.
Presently, the school is now known throughout the area as providing the most comprehensive transition planning ever seen by school administrators.