Comprehensive Skills Training That Builds Independence

Transitioning into adulthood can be a complex and confusing time. Fraser can help.

Fraser’s Transition Readiness and Connections program — ON-TRAC — helps individuals, ages 14-26, who have autism, mental health concerns and diverse needs create their individualized path to independence.

With a Transition to Adulthood Plan, we bring together a collaborative team, community experts and resources to help each individual achieve their goals.

Supports and services help individuals become independent.

Social Wellbeing: Improving social and mental wellbeing through social skills development and focusing on psychological health. Focused on self-awareness, self-determination, friendships, hobbies and interests

Career and Employment: Exploring employment interests and career goals, assessing and developing job skills, finding and maintaining employment and ensuring employment satisfaction

Physical Health: Learning about nutrition, dental health, exercise, sleep, medical needs, substance use, sensory needs and personal safety

Mental Health: Improving mental, behavioral and emotional wellbeing. Focused on managing how we think, feel and behave and assess motivation

Education: Exploring and pursuing education to achieve career goals and support growth

Housing: Looking into housing options, community access, transportation and home adaptations or modifications

Independent Living Skills: Developing skills to set goals and increase independence

Financial/Legal: Learning about legal rights and financial management to set goals for personal success and happiness

For more information, email OnTRAC@fraser.org or call 612.767.7222

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