WHAT WE DO
The leap from high school graduation to young adulthood is a big one. Being prepared is key, especially for students who are blind or visually impaired.
Explore our tailored programs for students and expert resources for families and caregivers. Join our Transition workshops and supportive caregiver community. Let’s navigate the journey from high school to adulthood together.
Explore our unique programs designed to prepare blind and visually impaired young adults for life after high school.
Compass is a nine-month virtual program for visually impaired high schoolers aspiring to college. Compass helps students explore and develop the essential academic and blindness skills for their post-secondary goals.
Life Launch is a multi-year, residential program that readies young adults who are visually impaired, with multiple disabilities, for independent living through practical work, skill-building, and community involvement.
Navigator provides personalized coaching for high school graduates who are visually impaired and seeking guidance in their next steps — including post-secondary education planning, and employment and career exploration.
PathFinder provides ongoing enrichment opportunities for high school students with goals of meaningful employment after graduation – through virtual group work, 1:1 virtual conversations, and in-person workplace explorations around the Boston area.
Whether you’re just starting the transition process or have a young adult about to age out of the school system, navigating the transition process can be overwhelming. You may have questions or just need some guidance on the next step. Our transition experts can focus on what’s on your mind and help you prepare for the future.
Contact us with your transition questions and we’ll be in touch to schedule an initial consultation.
Preparing to leave high school and navigating all of your options to begin adulthood can be daunting. Our Transition Resources are here to guide you through the process.
Discover the innovative work we’re doing to address the gaps in college readiness. Then, explore our College Readiness Resource Center, designed to guide students in planning for successful outcomes — whether that’s straight to college, pre-college training programs or heading to work.
We know that planning for your student’s life after high school can be isolating. That’s why we’re creating a private, virtual community to talk about the Transition to Adulthood, where you can:
Stay informed about our new programs, family workshop series, and upcoming online community.