Planning for life after school
Setting goals in the teenage years is essential to developing pathways to a fulfilling future beyond the school gates. Start early so that you can share your vision for the future with the school; you can begin to develop the skills you will need to seek the career path you desire.
Further education or training, work experience and deciding on what interests you in future work, can assist in making choices that will lead to job satisfaction and your position as a contributing member of the community.
There are a variety of post-school options available for people with Down syndrome. These options can provide a variety of different skills and experiences that are beneficial and can assist in allowing a young adult with Down syndrome to live a fulfilling and inclusive lifestyle.