Technology can be used to help individuals with disabilities function in various aspects of their lives throughout the transition process, assisting them in developing the skills they need to be successful. Assistive technologies can be particularly useful in easing the transition into adulthood by helping them develop independent living skills. Methods such as video modeling and video prompting work well for teaching basic functioning skills. Free technology, such as O*NET, can assist students with career preparation. Various web apps and video games can help students understand what skills are needed for certain occupations. Different programs can offer individuals online mentoring or opportunities to virtually shadow a job that interests them. In all areas of transition, practitioners need to understand the student’s goals and find the right facilitating technology.