Community Mobility Checklist

P5951Mobility is key to independence for all students. That’s why this week’s FREE tool is a Community Mobility Checklist designed to help you assess and prioritize mobility skills for students with mild to severe disabilities. This comprehensive list covers emergency preparedness, pedestrian skills, school bus safety, community transportation and public facilities, and recreational mobility. It comes from CEC’s publication, Getting Around Town, a handbook packed with tools and tips for teaching mobility skills to students of all age groups, especially those transitioning to postschool. Once you’ve collected the necessary data on your student’s present level of performance, use the list to help you determine areas of need and to set priorities for IEP goals, so you can help your students “get around town!”

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