Transition Assessment Services
The Morris-Union Jointure Commission (MUJC) provides transition services designed to prepare students for home, work, and community life after school.  Instruction and assessment focus on functional academics, daily living skills, vocational education, recreation/leisure skills, and career exploration.
The MUJC employs the following formal transition assessment methods:
Achievement Tests
Interest Inventories
Adaptive Behavior/Daily Living Skills Assessment
Self-Determination Assessments
Career Maturity or Employability Tests
Temperament Inventories/Instruments
General and Specific Aptitude Tests
Transition Planning Inventories
Intelligence Tests
Basic Transition Assessment Includes:
Review of Existing Information
Assessment of Student Interest
Student Interview
Assessment of Student Aptitude
Parent Interview
Completion of a Transition Planning Inventory
Advanced Assessment - All of the Above Plus:
Curriculum Based Assessment
Career Development Assessment
Independent Living Skills Assessment
Training Assessment
Adaptive Behavior Assessment
Self-determination Assessment
Achievement Testing
Career Planning Assessment
Community Based Assessment - All of the Above Plus:
Completion of a Work Personality Profile
Data Collection On-site During Community Based Activities
For more information, please contact Jason Parenti, Director of Curriculum & Instruction, at the Developmental Learning Center-Warren, 217 Mountain View Road, Warren, New Jersey  07059, by telephone at 908-762-5600, ext. 4002 or email at