What is the Transition Assistance Program?
The Transition Assistance Program (TAP) is a Hutchinson Public Schools educational program for young adults with disabilities ranging in age from 18-21 years. TAP is a community-based program emphasizing work experience and independent living skills. The TAP program assists in providing special education programming to increase a student’s ability to live and work as independently as possible. Services are provided in the areas of Jobs and Job Training, Recreation and Leisure, Community Participation, Home Living, and Post-Secondary Options. Currently, TAP is serving students from Hutchinson, Litchfield, Buffalo Lake-Hector, Glencoe-Silver Lake, and GFW school districts.
Questions regarding the TAP program can be addressed by calling Leah Brown at 320-234-2645.