As per the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA), transition planning is required to be a part of the Individualised Education Program (IEP). By the time the student turns 15, the first IEP that is designed must include student’s need for transition services. The plan must be documented for regular revision and annually upgraded. Moreover, students must be actively involved in all educational meetings whenever transitional planning is discussed.Thus, it is imperative to have planning activities right from elementary school so that by the time students reach middle school, they are ready to explore their interests. Early planning will enable students with disabilities to think about what they aspire to be when they become adults. By the time, they reach adulthood they will be ready to explore post-secondary employment options. This may include contacting adult service agencies that will guide students about services when they graduate or turn 22 years of age.