Autism Jargon — ITP (Individual Transition Plan)

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Autism Jargon — ITP (Individual Transition Plan)

In this weekly series via Autism Live called “Autism Jargon,” Shannon Penrod talks about confusing autism terms, defining them in an easy-to-understand way. This video addresses the ITP (Individual Transitions Plan), including what an ITP is and why you need to know about this important part of your child’s IEP (Individual Education Plan).

The Individual Transition Plan is a written plan which outlines what a student will need to live, work and play as an adult. It should be written at least four years before someone is leaving school.

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Autism Jargon – ITP (Individual Transition Plan) by Autism Live, Shannon Penrod
Initial Release Date: April 20, 2017
Source: YouTube

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