Community Transition Program
The Community Transition Program supports young adults as they transition to life after high school in supports building independence and quality of life.
CTP supports students 18-21, who have an IEP and graduated with a modified or extended diploma, a certificate of participation or GED. The program focuses on three areas of learning: Instruction and Coursework, vocational training and community.
The following forms and documents support the transition to the Community Transition Program, as well as documents that support transition services and transition planning through school age services.CTP Referral Form
Transfer of Rights
When a student turns 18, their special education rights transfer from their parent(s) to themselves, as the educational decision maker. Unless a court has appointed a legal guardian, the rights will transfer to the student. This form notifies the parent(s) of this transfer.
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Multilingual Transfer of Rights Forms
Spanish: Word Doc / PDF
Chinese: Word Doc / PDF
Russian: Word Doc / PDF
Somali: Word Doc / PDF
Vietnamese: Word DocCareer Exploration, Vocational Instruction and Internships
Age Appropriate Transition Assessments
Beginning not later than the first IEP to be in effect when the child turns 16, or younger if determined appropriate by the IEP Team, and updated annually, thereafter, the IEP must include—
(1) Appropriate measurable postsecondary goals based upon age appropriate transition assessments related to training, education, employment, and, where appropriate, independent living skills” [§300.320 (b) (1)].
Age Appropriate Transition Assistance
Quality Secondary Transition IEPS
The NSTTAC published an Assessments and Post Secondary Goals Training. This document is an excerpt from this training about quality IEPS, including age appropriate assessments, preferences, interests needs & strengths, post-secondary goals and more.
ODE Quality Secondary Transition IEPs
Secondary Transition Annual Process
This document demonstrates the annual process for secondary transition. It examines how the Transition IEP Team guides the transition IEP content, which guides transition IEP services.
ODE Secondary Transition Annual Process
Transition Standards Checklist
Transition services begin prior to a student entering the Community Transition Program. This checklist provides a checklist for the transition standards at age 15, 16, 17 and 18.
ODE Transition Standards Checklist
Transition Planner for Post-Secondary Education
The Oregon Department of Education published a 2008 guide for planning for post-secondary education. This document includes information about what classes to take in high school, information about modified credits, and information about transition laws.
Transition Planning Tools for Post-Secondary Education
Transition Planning from High School to Adult Life
The Oregon Department of Education published a 2008 guide for transition planning from high school to adult life. This document is intended to be used by the student to gain information about how to participate in their own IEP meeting, preparing for adult life and finding supportive organizations.