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Assessment

The self-assessment resources are designed to help you assess your own abilities and goals.  An understanding of strengths, interests, and weaknesses is essential in the transition process as identifying an individual's unique needs forms the foundation of preparing for new educational, career-related, or social situations.

ATTA Assessments


Screen_Shot_2021-03-10_at_3.07.55_PM-removebg-preview.png Self-Assessment

This self-assessment covers key points in the topics of academics, independent living, socialization, safety, sexuality, stress, and personal insight.

Screen_Shot_2021-03-10_at_3.07.55_PM-removebg-preview.png Working Environment Self-Assessment Document

 This self-assessment is designed to help a student who is preparing to transition into career training or the workforce identify appropriate work environments that can meet their interests and sensory needs. The assessment examines the sensory details, social contexts, job tasks, physical requirements, and schedule of a work environment in order to help identify what type of job is the best fit.

Screen_Shot_2021-03-10_at_3.07.55_PM-removebg-preview.png Interviewing Tips

An interview is an opportunity to convince an employer that you're the perfect person for a job.  This document provides tips on how to prepare for an interview and how to conduct yourself during an interview, with special emphasis on areas that may be particularly relevant to an individual with Autism.

Screen_Shot_2021-03-10_at_3.07.55_PM-removebg-preview.png Social Communication in the Workplace

As students transition from high school to college, they will encounter many differences related to what accommodations and services are available and how to obtain them.  This document outlines the differences in legislation, services, and supports so students with ASD can begin to understand what to expect.  The document is also useful for demonstrating the importance of self-advocacy when entering a postsecondary setting.