12+ Locations

The 12+ Transition Program is a community-based program, depending on each student’s needs and where the student lives in regards to their community college home district. Staff meet students at public facilities, which may include Waubonsee Community College, Elgin Community College, Public Libraries, and Fox Valley Christian Church. 

12+ Transition Program

Our Goal: The goal of the 12+ Transition Program is to prepare students for the transition from high school to adult living. Typical students served by this program are between the ages of 18 and 21, have completed high school with a diploma and their IEP reflects a need for further support through public education. This may include acclimating students to a college campus, facilitating support through the college disability service office, providing vocational services and/or social/emotional support. Certified staff members provide support through scheduled meetings with the student or groups of students. 

Individualized Schedules: Student schedules are individualized to meet their specific needs. 12+ students set appointments with staff at mutually agreed upon locations for case management, social work and/ or vocational services. A typical week for a student might include going to college classes, 1-2 days of work training, scheduled meetings with staff and /or attending groups. 


12+ Components

Case Management

Social

Vocational

Parent Involvement