A Message About Your 90-Day Transition Plan for Success; Plan for Successful Transition; [and] Independent Living Services and Transition Plan for Young Adults.
Project LIFE. United Methodist Family Services (UMFS). Virginia Department of Social Services.
2, 6, 10 p.
Published: December 2012
Intended for Virginia teens in care who are approaching their 18th birthday or have already reached their 18th birthday and are continuing to receive independent living services, this guide explains that their Independent Living Transition Plan has a different name and includes two additional sections. The new sections of the "90-Day Transition Plan" include a list of the rights and responsibilities of the youth and a section documenting the current plan for successful transition from foster care to independence. The form for developing the plan is then included and contains the two new sections and the standard Independent Living Services and Transition Plan for Young Adults. The form addresses: identifying positive outcomes in early adulthood, life skills areas, services that can help youth achieve their goals, identifying goals, and activities and measures to help achieve the goals.
foster adolescents; aging out; young adults; independent living; independent living skills; youth services; youth development; planning; Virginia