18-21 Transition Program
The 18-21 Transition Program supports young adults in becoming independent in their community
The Denver Public Schools Transition to Independence Program provides a continuum of services to support students, ages 18-21 with disabilities, to support their post-secondary education, competitive integrated employment, and independent living readiness goals towards independence in the community setting. Programming is individualized to support each student, leveraging their personal strengths, preferences and interests to achieve their post-secondary goals. The Transition to Independence Program goal is to support students to be independent in their communities.
Bridge to Post-Secondary Education
Focus on filling gaps to attend a University, Community College or Technical College.
Bridge to Employment
Focus on necessary employment skills to be a successful employee .
Bridge to Community Access/Independent Living
Focus on accessing and living independently in the community.
Please contact Amy Swisher
Amy Swisher: 720-423-3152 or email@example.com
Offices next to North High School - Strive Building
"I like the program because all the job coaches and casemangers are cool. They encourage me on work, school work, and independent skills."
My goal is to work for the RTD.
"The program helped me be more social. I now feel more comfortable accessing the community using public transit."
My goal is to attend a University.