In this episode, I had had an in-depth conversation with two experts on the transition process and how to integrate students with disabilities into community recreational settings. The panelists included former guest Lara Brickhouse, the 2017 SHAPE APE teacher of the year and an APE teacher who works with students with disabilities during the transition process; and Dr. Robert Arnhold, a professor and director of the adapted physical activity program at Slippery Rock University. Dr. Arnhold also assists with a transition program at Slippery Rock University that focuses on daily living skills, work skills, and health for students in the transition process. This podcast is part one of a two part episode. Part one focuses specifically on (a) what the transition process is in special education, (b) the APE teachers' role in the transition process, and (c) how to develop community connections that will lead to meaningful opportunities for students with disabilities to be active in their communities.