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Adults with Autism Can Experience Success in Society
AACESS Transition Program


Services adults ages 18-22 years

The transition program offers varied and different levels of vocational training, in-house and community based. Students are met at their individual levels with continued growth in all areas.

All students continue to get training in money management, BBS (bodies, boundaries and sexuality), Social Thinking, employability skills, functional living and travel training.

Vocational training is matched to student’s preferences, interests and needs for continued success and is continually being assessed and evaluated to allow for maximum independence and success.




In-house Programs-

  • Run and operate school wide Breakfast Club, Snack Cart, Grab –N- Go Lunch with an annual budget of approximately $4000.
  • Commercial Cleaning
  • Landscaping


Community Based Jobs-

  • Grocery Store
  • Local Pizzeria
  • Local Church and offices
  • Local Office Supply
  • Local Jewelry Store


Partial list of what is included in training-

  • Health and Safety in the work environment
  • Customer Service
  • Food Prep
  • Delivery Services
  • Inventory Control
  • Accounting management using Quickens Book Keeping and ledgers
  • Sales
  • Social Thinking
  • Self-advocacy
  • Time card management
  • Hygiene
  • Care and Maintenance of Equipment
  • Cleaning Techniques
  • Computer Skills


March Happenings!

March is full of fun activities at Re-Ed!  We have our annual talent/art shows at Mentor and Bedford, therapeutic horseback riding begins for some of our younger students, our intramural basketball team goes on the road for an away game and Spring Break rounds out the month!

Upcoming Events – March

March 13 – Therapeutic Horseback Riding Begins

March 16 – 1/2 Day dimissal at 11:15

March 20 – Bedford Art/Talent Show

March 21 – Mentor Art/Talent Show

March 20-April 2 – Spring Break