Wachusett Regional Transition Resources Website

Transition planning is the process of coordinating activities intended to prepare students for life after high school. Activities are intended to help young adults live, work, and participate in the community. For students receiving special education services, the transition planning process begins when students turn 14 and the process continues until age 22, if the student continues to qualify for an Individualized Education Plan. The Wachusett Team works with students, families, and related providers to prepare students for his or her best future.

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