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1 Butler Tech Transition Programs 9/18/2013

2 Butler Tech Staff Supervisor of Special Education Coordinator of Transition Programs Project LIFE 101 Ross Project LIFE101 Lakota Project LIFE 201 Butler Tech/DRL Project SEARCH Atrium M.C. Project SEARCH Miami U Project SEARCH WCH Tony Huff Reena Fish Jill Haenning Michelle Bumgarner Jacob Krause Katie Fancher Rosi Wood Mollie McIntosh

3 Transition Programs 2 Programs 36 students 2 teachers/is/jtc s 8 job coaches 2.5 hours work (small group) 2.5 hours class 3 team meetings 1-2 years 1 Program 24 students 1 teacher/is/jtc 4 job coaches 3 hours of work (small group) 2 hours of class 3 team meetings 1-2 years 3 Programs 36 students 3 teachers/is/jtc s 9 job coaches 4 hours of work (individual job training) 1 hour of class 7-8 team meetings 1 year only

4 Butler Tech Transition Continuum Adult Services Project SEARCH High School Encourage referral to County Board of DD or Bridges to Employment Project LIFE 101 High school students Can attend 1 or 2 years Confirm DD eligibility Refer to OOD if last year of services or transitioning to SEARCH Project LIFE 201 Interns from 101 High School Students Can attend 1 or 2 years Confirm DD eligibility Refer to OOD if intern is in their last year of services or transitioning to SEARCH Interns from 101 Interns from 201 High school students Only 1 year Eligible for OOD requirement Interns from 101 Interns from 201 Interns from SEARCH Services beyond the age of 22 years old OOD: Opportunities for Ohioans with Disabilities BVR: Bureau of Vocational Rehabilitation

5 Common things to consider for all programs

6 Transportation To & From Responsibility of the associate school district Varies from district to district Determined during the IEP meeting Typically transported to Butler Tech then shuttled to program site

7 Programs follow the Butler Tech School Year Calendar If your Butler Tech program calendar shows that you are in session, your school district transportation plan will get you there even if they are closed. If the weather is bad and your school district closes, then you are excused to stay home because we don t want you travelling on unsafe roads to get here. Your instructors will give you more specific information about this too.

8 Uniforms Interns are required to purchase uniforms for all transition programs. Uniforms vary between programs and range from polo shirts and khaki/black slacks to scrubs. Interns are also required to keep up personal hygiene every day!!! If this is a problem, please address it before applying.

9 Various Uniforms

10

11 Collaborators Butler Tech Butler County Board of DD Butler County Associate School Districts Students & Families Ross & Lakota School Districts Building Site Workplace Associates Contracted Agency Opportunities for Ohioans with Disabilities (BVR)

12 Purpose of Project LIFE Learning Is For Everyone Project LIFE is a transition to work program that focuses on gaining skills that will lead to more independence in daily living situations and work.

13 Project LIFE is for individuals who... are ready to get out of the classroom. are ready for more intense on the job training. are ready to become more independent. are working toward employment focused post-secondary transition goals on their IEP that Project LIFE can assist them with.

14 Project LIFE Staff Members 1 Instructor Coordinator Provided by Butler Tech 1 Lead job coach Provided by Workplace Associates 3 additional job coaches Provided by Workplace Associates

15 Project LIFE 101 and 201 Project LIFE % job skills instruction 25% life and social skills training instruction 25% independent living instruction daily Project LIFE % job skills instruction 25% independent living instruction, life skills and social skills training

16 Curriculum 1. Team Building 2. Workplace Safety 3. Social Skills/Communication 4. Navigating Community Settings 5. Personal Financial Responsibility 6. Presentation Skills 7. Technology 8. Preparing for Employment 9. Maintaining Employment 10. Independent Living Skills

17 Curriculum Our programs move linear, building on skills previously taught Example: When working with employability skills LIFE 101: Introducing a resume and interviewing LIFE 201: Start the resume building process/practice interviewing SEARCH: Perfect the resume and interviewing skills

18 Independent Living LIFE 101: Half of the instruction time. LIFE 201: Worked into instruction time These skills include but are not limited to: Household chores Planning, cooking and preparing meals Dishes Laundry/Clothing care Home cleanliness Money management Financial responsibility Internet safety

19 Job Site Instruction Coaching available 100% of the time Fade when and if appropriate Acquisition of a variety of job skills Variety of job training settings Encouraged to advocate for selves and problem solve in a work environment

20 Community Based Projects Shopping Variety of restaurant settings Rec/leisure opportunities Guest Speakers License Bureau/State ID Project SEARCH and Project LIFE 201 visits Transition Fairs General Electric Intern Day

21 Employment Planning Meetings (EPM) Key to Successful Transition Interns will lead their own meetings throughout the year to discuss their growth in the program and future plans Progress Monitoring IEP goals Job Rotations Progress Reports Home Associate School District Progress Meetings IEP team convenes about 3 times a year Interns lead their own meetings

22 How is Project LIFE different than your typical school based programs? Interns are out of their comfort zone New places New faces Classroom time is non-traditional (academics relate to transition skills) Internship work training experiences in the community for hours a week

23 General Eligibility 18 years old and not turn 22 before May 1 st of their program year Completed all high school graduation requirements IEP reflects need for further training to meet postschool transition goals. Acceptable attendance Able to feed, toilet, and manage menstruation needs. Able to self administer any medication taken during program hours Do not have to be DD or OOD eligible at time but it is encouraged. Plans to work someday

24 Specific Eligibility Applicants should be working toward... The ability and interest in gaining employability skills The ability to gain appropriate social skills, personal hygiene, and interpersonal skills The ability to communicate needs, wants, and preferences The stamina and mobility to perform work tasks Achieving appropriate quality and quantity of work Working cooperatively with job coaches and supervisors (teachers now) Development of a strong commitment to the program along with their parents

25 Specific Eligibility NOTE: Students that are currently on a behavior plan through their home districts will need further review from the screening team. In order to participate in the transition programs, behaviors must be appropriate for community placements. 45 day policy for proper placement

26 Program Goal What is the overall goal of Project LIFE? INDEPENDENCE & ADVANCEMENT To Project SEARCH or the Next Step

27 Butler County Project SEARCH

28 Collaborators Intern Parent Atrium Medical Center West Chester Hospital Miami University Butler Tech Butler County Board of DD Opportunities for Ohioans with Disabilities (formerly RSC/BVR) Associate School Districts Easter Seals Tri-State Contracted Agency

29 Purpose Butler County Project SEARCH is: A post-high school work experience program for students with disabilities. Focuses on: Entry level job skills Independent living skills Social and communication skills Work relationships Exploring future entry-level employment goals

30 Project SEARCH Staff 1 Instructor Coordinator Provided by Butler Tech 1 Lead job coach/job Developer Provided by Easter Seals Tri-State 2 additional job coaches Provided by Easter Seals Tri-State

31 Model Interns: Spend entire school day at a business site Participate in three, 12 week unpaid internships Work assignments: Vary from site to site depending on needs of the business and interns Job Rotations: Intern interviews for each position Receives job coaching services which are designed to fade over the course of each rotation

32 Daily Schedule The first two weeks are spent participating in a variety of orientation activities. Daily Schedule: 8:00 Interns arrive at Host Business 1/2-1 hour of Classroom Instruction: Project SEARCH curriculum 1/2 hour Lunch 3 1/2-4 hours on Job Rotation 1:30 p.m. Intern dismissal

33 Curriculum Team Building Technology Communication Interviewing Skills Jobs Search Skills Heath and Wellness Career Passport Keeping a Job Workplace Safety Social Skills Presentation Skills Keeping a Job Money Management Resume Building Job Search Skills Getting Around Your Work Place

34 Internships Cornerstone of program Approximately 12 weeks in length Help to develop transferable entry level job skills Provide multiple real world experiences with immediate feedback Interns interview and receive evaluations Business site participates in mentoring interns on the job

35 Atrium Job Rotations Linens Scrubs Mops and Rags Stocking Clerk Mops and Blue Buggies Office Nutritional Services Dish Line Food Prep EVS Replenisher Housekeeping Lab Medical Imaging Sports Medicine Distribution

36 West Chester Hospital Materials Management Perioperative Department Sterile Processing Recovery Same Day Surgery Imaging Department Administrative and PR/Marketing Department Environmental Services Patient Transport Emergency Department Food and Nutrition

37 Travel Training Miami University Haines Food Court and King Cafe: Cashiering, food preparation, stocking, serving, maintaining dining room, etc. Sports & Recreation Center: Customer Service, Clerical Aquatic Center: Maintenance Goggin Ice Arena: Maintenance and Customer Service Spring Street Market: Customer Service, cashiering, and stocking Marcum Hotel and Convention Center: Hospitality Industry

38 Employment Planning Meetings Progress meetings take place every 4-6 weeks to discuss the progress of each intern The meeting involves the intern s team Intern Instructor Parent Job Coach Associate school OOD Counselor BDD coordinator

39 Program Goal Everyone involved must be clear that the number one GOAL is: Competitive Employment!!

40 Eligibility Requirements Referred by Associate School District 18 years of age and a maximum of 22 years as of May 1, of their program year Completed all high school credits IEP reflects a need for further training to meet postschool goal of employment Acceptable attendance during high school Must agree to seek competitive employment and exit school services upon completion of Project SEARCH program

41 Eligibility Requirements Must be eligible for services with Opportunities for Ohioans with Disabilities (BVR) Apply for County Board of DD assistance Possess social skills, personal hygiene and grooming and interpersonal skills appropriate to the workplace Independently feed and toilet self Self administer any medications taken during program hours. Meet work site employment requirements. This could include passing a drug screen and background check, wearing uniforms, appropriate foot wear, flu shots, TB tests, etc.

42 Application Process Applications are a team EFFORT Distributed by the associate school districts on November 13, 2015 Applications due by December18, 2015 to Reena Fish, Butler Tech Educational Resource Center Selection process begins Mid January Acceptance for Project SEARCH early March, for Project LIFE early April

43 Recruitment and Selection Transition Nights for each district Open houses 10/22/15 Project SEARCH, Butler Tech D Russel Lee Auditorium 6:00-8:00 p.m. 11/5/15 Project LIFE, Public Safety Education Complex, 5140 Princeton Glendale Rd., 6-8:00 p.m. Individual and group tours Selection Committee SEARCH- Butler Tech Transition Team, OOD, DD, Parent Mentors, Job Coach and Vendor 15 meetings within 2 months LIFE- Butler Tech Transition Team, Lead Job Coach and Vendor 8 meetings within 2 months

44 For additional information or questions Contact: Reena Fish, Coordinator of Special Education Transition Programs (513) and visit us on Project SEARCH/Project LIFE - Butler Tech

45 Questions

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