Plan the Possibility
Plan the Possibility is a project designed to promote a positive cultural change of higher expectations among transition-age students and those who interact with them. It includes online social media clips and profiles of transition-age students, an interactive workbook, and the video, “Plan the Possibility.”
The Plan the Possibility booklet explains what the Post-Secondary Transition Plan is and how schools use it to help prepare students for the future. It will introduce several terms and explain them in student-friendly language.
Please watch the video below for a short sample of what the full Plan the Possibility video covers.
Download the Plan the Possibility Booklet.
Download the Worksheets that correspond with the video.
To request physical copies of the booklet, please email us.
The “Plan the Possibility” video can be shown as a whole or as four individual segments, each focusing on a different aspect of the transition process: Dreams and Goals; Post-Secondary Transition Plan (PTP); Barriers: Problems / Concerns; and Successes.
Activity and discussion worksheets for the first three segments are also available under the first download link. They are provided to promote discussion and enhance the content of the video, “Plan the Possibility.” Resources can vary across the state, so we recommend you provide a list of local resources available to students and families in your community.
As students, families, schools, providers and employers become more aware of the potential options available, they will be better equipped to Plan the Possibility!
Plan the Possibility was created by Disability Rights Wisconsin with funds from the Otto Bremer Trust.
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