Transition Programs and Services

Students with disabilities who participate in employment based transition programs can become gainfully employed and make meaningful contributions to their community. Our business partners are essential in providing real life work-based learning opportunities for students as they prepare to enter the workforce. Transition programs and services prepare students on a self-directed pathway through job training and life skills development with the ultimate goal of positive social inclusion and integrated, competitive employment.




Ingham ISD offers a continuum of transition programs and services for young adults in the Ingham service area. These programs prepare young adults on a self-directed pathway through job training and life skills development with the ultimate goal of positive social inclusion and competitive integrated employment.

Our transition team offers: 

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Skills for Adult Independent Living (SAIL)

Practicing Program

School to Work

Readiness Programs

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MDE Family Matters Fact Sheets
All MDE Family Matters Fact Sheets are available in English, Arabic and Spanish. The fact sheets explain special education laws and practices. The documents are easy to read and give links to more in-depth resources. Family Matters fact sheets are intended to enhance public understanding of Michigan's special education system and are not a substitute for official laws and regulations. A full list of fact sheets can be found at Ingham ISD Parent Advisory Committee Resources page.

  • Transition: Age of Majority Consideration
  • Transition Planning: Considerations for Students with Disabilities and Families

Michigan Rehabilitation Services (MRS) Ingham County Transition Team information.

Contact Us

Winslow, Sarah
Director, Transition and Itinerant Services