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Curriculum Resources


James Stanfield Transitions Curriculum

The Transitions Curriculum focuses on three areas of competency critical to independent living: Personal Management, Career Management, and Life Management. Lessons are designed through motivating, hands-on activities. Topics presented are relevant to the generalization of real-world orientation of young adults. *Purchased Spring 2018

CEC Life Centered Education Transition Curriculum

Research-based and developed by CEC task force of transition professionals, the LCE transition curriculum is designed for students with disabilities. LCE focuses on three domains for independent living: Daily Living Skills, Self-Determination and Interpersonal Skills, and Employment skills.

Targets & Skills

Scope & Sequence

Other Curricular Resources for Individual Skill Building

  • Michelle Garcia Winner - 4 books:
    • Social Behavior Mapping 
    • Thinksheets 
    • Social Thinking Thinksheets 
    • Think Social  
  • Skillstreaming the Adolescent by Arnold P Goldstein and Ellen McGinnis

  • Skills to Pay the Bills by the ODEP (Online)

  • Healthy Relationships by Tarane Sondoozi

  • Cooking To Learn by PCI Educational Publishing

  • Recipes for Independent Living by AIM

  • Visual Recipes by Tabitha Orth

  • 411 Disability Awareness by TransCen (Online)