ATI provides youth and young adults a variety of opportunities to overcome barriers and to make a successful transition to independent living, education and / or employment. ATI offers a variety of community- and school-based transition planning and support services to youth and their families. One-on-one peer counseling, independent living skills training and educational support services combined with ATI's work readiness services aim to help youth become more engaged in their own planning and help to bridge school-based transition plans with opportunities in the community. ATI also offers specialized Educational Advocacy Services to youth and parents for Committee on Special Needs (CSE) and Individualized Education Program (IEP) meetings and navigating school and community services.

Specifically, ATI provides the following youth transition services:

 - Transition planning and support services

 - Educational advocacy

 - Peer mentoring

 - Community-based, self-determination and self-advocacy training

 - School-based workshops and training groups

 - Work readiness and employment services

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