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hool to Work Situational Assessment
Student: Julian Adorno
Referral Source: Waterbury Board of Education Special Education Department
Wilby High School
Julian is a 20-year-old student diagnosed with Autism. Wilby High School’s Special Education Program referred Julian to CW Resources School to Work Program to perform a vocational assessment prior to graduation. The assessments performed over time will evaluate Julian’s social and vocational skills and place him in a job that matches his vocational interest before transitioning from high school to work.
CW Resources used the Read Free Vocational Interest Inventory II Assessment to evaluate Julian’s vocational interest. The assessment consisted of choosing one out of three pictures in a triad. There are fifty-five rows of pictures of people working at different jobs. The examinees are instructed to select one occupational activity that they are most likely to do, leaving the other two choices un-scored. Through the forced choice approach, individuals are ranking each of the three items in the triads and selecting the single item as the activity they would like best. The Scores derived from each of the interest areas from the pictorial items presented. The higher scores are significant and they alert both the student and counselor to particular vocational interest areas that are helpful in planning, training, and job placement for the individual.
Clerical Interest- is an interest in general office work concerned with running errands, sorting and delivering letters, packages, and general messages; furnishing workers with clerical supplies, and performing all routine tasks in an office, library, or printing firm.
Laundry Service Interest -is a preference for occupations involving dry cleaning laundering pressing, ironing, dyeing and repairing of clothing, furnishings, and accessories in commercial laundries, dry cleaners, launderettes, or private households.
Personal Service Interest-is a preference for occupations concerned in helping, assisting, and serving people in a broad range of services.
Material Handling Interest is an interest in occupations concerned with warehousing, loading or unloading, sorting stacking, and hauling or delivering of merchandise.
Food Service-Handling Operation
Clerical- Social Service
Julian’s Cluster scores displayed a High interest in Clerical Social Service 92% and Average interest in Food Service Handling Operation of 70%. Julian scored Low in Mechanics at 7% and Below Average in Out Door at 14% and Mechanical Out-door at 10%.
Clerical Social Service interest means a preference for occupations that include the detail of office and clerical: laundering operations; and vocational activities characterized by giving assistance and personal service to people.
Food Service Handling Operation interest means preference for job task that are characterized by manual/physical work and delivery of personal service to recipients that require little or no physical contact. For example, preparation and serving food and beverages, grocery packer or bagger.
Work Behavior Performance Scale 1= Poor; 2= Fair but inconsistent; 3= Satisfactory; 4= Excellent
Behavior Performance Scale
1st Marking Period
2nd Marking Period
Burlington Coat Factory
3rd Marking Period
Demonstrates proper social skills.
Advocates for needs and seek assistance when necessary.
Demonstrates ability to follow a routine.
Demonstrates positive work habits and attitude in the community.
Responds appropriately to redirection.
Changes from one activity to another without difficulty.
Accepts changes in established routine.
Maintains good behavior.
Ability to separate personal and work issues.
Appropriately dressed for the environment.
Demonstrates appropriate hygiene.
Recommendation: At this time, Julian will continue to need staff support in order to maintain a job in the community. CW Recommends that within the near future that CW slowly start transitioning Julian away from his school behaviorist at least one day a week.
School to Work Lead Employment Specialist
Signature: ________________________________________________Date: / /
Julian’s Cluster scores displayed a High interest in Clerical Social Service 92% and Average interest in Food Service Handling Operation of 70%. Julian scored Low in Mechanics at 7% and Below Average in Out Do