Triumph’s TRANSITION program allows individuals to gain greater independent living skills. Coaches address an array of needs including:
social skills training | hygiene and appearance | following rules | financial literacy | social media networking/etiquette | college prep | self advocacy | stress management | job tries | driving training/permit | resume development | volunteer/internship exploration
I did the summer program in 2016 and liked it. If I had not done the summer program, I wouldn’t have had the tools to find a job. It was a good experience.
Triumph offers transition programs for individuals 16-21 years old with developmental disabilities.
This course is divided up by the three components of the Triumph model: Live, Work, and Play. This three-week program is specifically designed to introduce the tools needed for independent living (week one), job acquisition and readiness (week two) and improving social skills in the community (week three). The 3 Week Sessions are offered in June and July.
A one week college prep course designed to assist students with developmental disabilities. Areas of focus include: campus tours, accommodations 101, social skills, discover campus resources, roommate etiquette, independent living skills, organization, health and safety, hygiene, appearance.
Summer 2018 Dates to Be Announced
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If you think you or you family member would benefit from transition services, please contact us here.