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iTransition Kansas App

The Disability Rights Center of Kansas has designed a transition app to increase self-direction and self-advocacy for all Kansas youth in the transition planning process.

This app is designed to help Kansas students and family members participate in and learn more about the transition planning process.   The questions in the app help students give input into the requirements of the state and the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA).

Use the App

Here are the best ways to access the app:

1. Go to

2. Download it on Google Play or iTunes.

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Additional Information

This app is for high-school aged students with disabilities with an IEP, ages 14 and older. An IEP (Individualized Education Program) details your special education services. After completing a brief 10 minute survey, the app produces an individualized “Draft Transition Plan,” based on your answers. A “Transition Plan” is an important part of your IEP document. A “Transition Plan” is your road map to transition to adult life after high school. You can then email a copy of your draft transition plan to yourself or others.

A transition plan helps you move into adult life after high school. It helps you reach your dreams. Your school must develop a written transition plan as part of your Individualized Education Program (IEP). Having an effective transition plan is important. It helps you get the right services and supports so you can do what you want after high school. A transition plan can help you do things like get a job, train for a job, continue your education, and live independently.

The app also has a Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) section that provides more information about transition services you may be entitled to, IEPs and other information about special education and related services.

This app is intended to serve as a guide to Kansas students, parents and educators on transition planning based upon requirements of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act and the Kansas Act for Exceptional Children. Individuals residing outside of Kansas may use this free app, but it is recommend that you first check your state laws to ensure the information is applicable in your state. It’s always a good idea to consult with your state’s Protection and Advocacy System (P&A) to find out how the tools of this app may be applicable in your state (go to to find the P&A in your state). The information contained in the app is not legal advice. Please contact an attorney in your state for advice if you need specific advice.