Tips for Structuring Schedules with Transition Activities

By April 2, 2020NESCA Notes 2020

By: Becki Lauzon, M.A., CRC
Transition Specialist and Consultant

There are lots of helpful resources, including articles, blogs, charts, etc. being shared about how to structure your time while you are at home and continue to work on maintaining transition skills. While much of the information is helpful and informative, it can also become overwhelming. Many people have asked how to organize all of the information and make it manageable for both themselves and the transition-aged individual they are supporting.

Below are some samples of schedules and lists that may be helpful establishing routine into this uncertain time.



About the Author

Becki Lauzon, M.A., CRC, works with teens, young adults and their families out of the Newton, MA and Plainville, MA offices. Lauzon has unparalleled experience as a Transition Specialist, Transition Consultant and Vocational Program Coordinator. Lauzon will be providing transition assessment (including testing, functional evaluations and observations) consultation, case management, training and professional development for schools; and transition planning, consultation and coaching for transition-aged students and their parents.


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