Wellness, Health and Safety


  • Identify safe vs. unsafe feelings and situations
  • Identify trusted adults
  • Identify private areas of body
  • Demonstrate refusal skills
  • Understand consent
  • Identify the difference between a safe and unsafe secret
  • Safety skills at home and in the community
  • Body awareness
  • Understand progression of relationships 
  • Friendship skills
  • Healthy vs. Unhealthy Relationships
  • Sexuality and human development


Adult Living Skills

  • Common Household chores 
  • Simple household maintenance 
  • Following a Cleaning Schedule
  • Understanding Directions on Cleaning Products
  • Easy Decorating with Pictures and Plants
  • Organizing a Closet and Dresser
  • Doing the Laundry
  • Information on Clothing Labels
  • Ironing vs. Dry Cleaning
  • and more!

Your Career Path

Off to a Good Start

  • The Importance of First Impressions
  • The Employee Handbook
  • Fitting in with CO-Workers
  • Interpreting a Paycheck

Learning the Job

  • Impressing Your Supervisor
  • Following Verbal Directions and Asking for Clarification
  • Reading Instructions: Using a Job Aid
  • Teamwork and Cooperation

Succeeding on the Job

  • Measurements of Progress
  • Benchmarks: Speed and Accuracy
  • Taking Initiative
  • Qualifying for a Raise

Workplace Problems and Solutions

  • Reliability: Tardiness and Absenteeism
  • Handling Criticism
  • Bringing Personal Problems into the Workplace
  • Relationships with Co-Workers

Workplace Readiness

  • Aptitude Tests and Interest Inventories
  • Career Categories and Preparation
  • Salaries, Wages and Job Benefits
  • Short Term and Long Term Goals

Occupational Training

  • Basic Business Skills
  • Occupational training
  • Community College
  • On-the-job Training

Applying for a Job

  • Job Search Resources
  • Agencies: Private and State
  • Resumes and Cover Letters
  • Completing a job application

The Job Interview

  • Businesslike Communication
  • Dressing for Success
  • Answering Questions
  • The Follow-Up Call and Thank you Letter

Social-Emotional and Communication

  • Identify rights as a student and adult
  • Identify strengths/preferences 
  • Recognize support system and how to ask for help 
  • Understand the parts of an IEP
  • Understand Transfer of Educational Rights in the IEP
  • Participate in development and understand components of a Transition Plan
  • Develop transition outcome goals in Employment, Education and Training/Independent Living
  • Explore options for employment/education and training/Independent Living
  • Identify disability and communicate accommodations and supports needed as a student and in adulthood