Who is your son or daughter's case manager/intervention specialist that will be filling out the teacher portion of the application?
What is your child's diagnosed disability?
How may their disability affect their ability to work?
Does your child need any assistance in the restroom? If so please describe:
Does your child take any medication? If so: Does it affect them during different times of the day and how so?
Does your child have a seizure disorder? If so, when was their last seizure? Please briefly describe what their seizure looks like:
How does your son or daughter react to constructive criticism?
How do you de-escalate (talk them down) your child when upset?
Does your child ever have meltdowns? If so, what supports can be provided to prevent these?
Has there been a "major life event" that has affected your child in a big way? Please describe:
What jobs or chores do you require your son or daughter to do around the house?
List realistic potential jobs for your son/daughter.
What kind of job do you see your child doing in five years?
What do you feel is a realistic residential goal for your child?
What type of activities might frustrate your son/daughter?
Does your child have a Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor through OOD? (Ohio Opportunities for Individuals with Disabilities) If yes, please list their name and phone number
Is your child eligible for services by your county Board of DD? If not, have they ever been referred?
Has your child ever received professional counseling? YES or NO. If YES, please explain:
Have you met with the Project SEARCH Coordinator at an IEP or any other meeting? YES or NO, if YES when?
Do you attend your son/daughter/s IEP meetings?
Do you understand social graduation? If no, please contact your son or daughter's case manager.
When your son or daughter graduates, how do you expect they will travel to work and back?
Do you anticipate your son/daughter getting their driver license?
As a parent, are you able to provide transportation? If yes, what hours are you able to transport your child? (Keep in mind that many entry level jobs are not on first shift.)