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Here is the assessment tool tied to the Daily Living Skills series that you have been asking for.


This assessment package has been updated to include all the assessment tools offered in the Daily Living Skills program. They include:


Parent/Student Priority Inventory: This tool allows parents and, separately, students to describe the kinds of skills they are hoping to attain in the transition process. Each fills out what skills they believe the student already has acquired, what they want to learn, and what is less important to them so that you fulfill the federal mandate to seek family/student involvement in the transition process.


Pre- and Post-Assessments: Three tests make up this bundle with an additional page in each to provide National Standards. Each can be used as a pre-and post-test with students either self-reporting or demonstrating skills per your preference. Skills are grouped by purpose, aligned with individual workbooks and tied to National Standards for Transition. Each section of the test has a code for the standards met by the book and a complete definition of the standard in the key for ease in tying goals to IEP's.


The tests are:


Job Skills--

Professional dress, seeking employment, interviewing skills, getting a paycheck, time management, college and career, overcoming failure, managing stress, unwritten work rules, and voting.


Social Skills--

Making conversations, safe dating, everyday manners, fair fighting, becoming likable, building character, self-awareness, self-esteem, self-confidence, self-motivation, practicing patience and decision making.


Adult Living Skills--

Cleaning house, doing laundry, paying bills, transportation, staying healthy, buying insurance, outdoor chores, hygiene for girls/guys and cooking.


Transition Progression Plan: Once you have completed your testing and engaged the student and family in skills preferences, this 3-6 year planning guide allows you to create a seamless plan to meet needed and preferred skills over the course of the transition period. By keeping a handy record of what topics student has mastered and what they still need to work on, you can avoid duplication and make the most of the time the student has in transition. Additionally, should the student change schools, this plan can follow them to their new location for seamless instruction.


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Assessment Package

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