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The Transition Campus is an elective postsecondary program that assists participants 18-26 years of age gain skills and make connections that facilitate independence in employment, daily living skills, self-advocacy and community living. The Transition Campus works directly with local agencies to support participants in developing independence and
reaching their goals.

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Questions About Our Program?

Contact Us iconHave questions about the MAISD Transition at Craig Campus program?

Contact Katie Slaghuis, Principal at 231-767-7320 or email.

Our address: 1580 Park Street. Muskegon, MI  49441
Phone: 231-773-9158  Fax: 231-773-2324

 

 

Our Mission:

To support all transition participants to be as independent as possible in community, vocational and home life settings, by building skills in: self advocacy, communication, relationships, and safety awareness.
 

See our participants in action assisted by their instructors as they gain confidence, self-awareness, and independence by the learning life skills needed to become productive citizens in our community.

   
  

 

Participant Benefits:
 

  • Build Self-ConfidenceMan and Public Transit Bus DriverMan working in factory job
  • Create lasting friendships
  • Develop social/emotional growth
    through Positive Behavior
    Intervention and Supports
  • Encourage positive self-esteem
    through self-determination
  • Promote independence in life
  • Provide self-advocacy awareness

 

Learning Experiences: Man Working at Restaurant

• Communication
• Cooking
• Finance and Budgeting
• Health and Safety
• Housekeeping
• Mobility and Transportation
• Recreation and Leisure
• Responsible Citizenship
• Shopping Skills
• Social Awareness
• Technology
• Work Based Learning




Instructional staff provides supervision and training to
meet the individual learning needs of each participant.

Focus:

• Community Living Connections
• Daily Living Skills
• Employment Awareness
• Self-Advocacy Understanding

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