Action Plans > How can I make sure the transition to adulthood goes smoothly: IEP Action Plan

IEP Action Plan

When the youth with an IEP turns 16 years of age they will actively engage in individualized transition planning. This process helps youth learn about themselves, make decisions, set goals, and interact with their IEP team to identify objectives and activities.

To create a custom action plan, select the items below that are relevant to you or someone you support. Upon submission, you will see a summary of your items, which is your personalized action plan. This form will not be saved, however you will be able to print the summary, and if you provided an optional email address, the results will be emailed to you immediately.

Acronym key: VR = Vocational Rehabilitation | AC = Adapted Curriculum | OCS = Occupational Course of Study | FRC = Future Ready Core | IEP = Individualized Education Program | SSI = Supplemental Security Income | SSDI = Social Security Disability Insurance

Items to include in the IEP
IEP Meeting Considerations
Other supports for transition planning, outside of school based services
Add any additional items that you would like to include in your Action Plan.
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Disclaimer: This checklist is for informational purposes only. It is not intended to be comprehensive, and should not be taken as legal advice. Services and programs mentioned may vary by county. Please consult with professionals with expertise in this topic area for guidance specific to you, your family or student/client’s situation. Have a suggested correction or addition to this checklist? Email

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