Implementation of the Transition Program for Autistic StudentsAuthor(s): Mohamad Ahmad Saleem Khasawneh* and Mohammad Nayef Ayasrah
When it comes to assisting autistic kids make the move from school to adulthood, the Transition Program is a vital resource. Education, training, and support are all provided to help students grow into responsible, productive adults via this program. The research team set out to examine how well the Transition Program for autistic kids works, what makes up the core of the program, and what obstacles arise when putting it into practice. The research shows that the Transition Program helps autistic kids become more independent and have a higher quality of life. Personalization and student and family participation were also highlighted as crucial aspects of the program by the research. While the study's findings were encouraging, they also revealed that more cooperation and support from schools, government agencies, and community groups were required to successfully execute the program. To sum up, the Transition Program for autistic students is an effective method of helping autistic children make the change from being a child to an adult. The success of this initiative depends on increasing cooperation and support from educational institutions, governmental bodies, and community groups. These groups may collaborate to better serve children with autism so that they can get the education, skills, and support they need to live satisfying and self-reliant lives.