Walsh University Undergraduate Catalog 2012-2013
ISE 345 Transitions: Planning and Intervention 2 sem. hrs.
Course examines issues of assessment and development of community-based, life span programs for persons with disabilities. Issues covered include transitions from school to work/community needs, career/vocational planning and objectives, advocacy roles, collaboration with family members, educators, and community agencies for planning and delivery of services, parent-professional communication skills. Course includes application of environmental/ecological approach using domestic, vocational, recreational leisure, and community needs. Assessment and programming issues for transitions are practiced. Participation in community-based programs will be completed. Field experience required. Prerequisites: ISE 244. Offered every fall semester.
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