For students with mild to moderate, non-visible disabilities, navigating a college education without the support team they had in high school can be challenging. Help students become effective self-advocates and maximize their postsecondary possibilities with this cutting-edge book, which balances current research with the most practical guidance to date on this topic.
Readers will discover how to: Help students find the right college and navigate the admissions process Teach students how to ask for what they need to succeed Determine student eligibility for services and accommodations Explain what the laws mean for students leaving high school Provide comprehensive academic and behavioral supports Implement school-wide supports that promote the development of students' academic and social skills within the general education curriculum Work with families to foster effective transition planning Equalize access and increase opportunities with self-determination Select supportive technology
Readers will learn how early, coordinated, student-centered planning helps students develop the academic and personal skills required to successfully transition to college. User-friendly checklists, tip boxes, activities, and illustrative vignettes translate extensive research into immediate practice with students and families.
Secondary transition personnel, counselors, and educators in high school settings will turn to this book first for comprehensive, accessible information on helping students transition to college—and lay the critical groundwork for future employment success.
Help students with high-incidence or hidden disabilities such as: learning disabilities autism spectrum disorders ADHD speech/language disorders emotional disturbances
Foreword) & 1 more. ISBN-13: 978-1598570168. He co-authored Postsecondary Education and Transition for Students with Learning Disabilities (PRO-ED, 2003) and What Every Teacher Should Know About Transition and IDEA 2004 (Allyn & Bacon, 2007). He wrote the postsecondary education chapter for the international Handbook of Special Education (Sage Publications, 2007).
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The authors' approach to transition is treated in a generalized way by cross-categorical, practical, and real transition examples.
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Prepared by: James L. Mason, Project Manager Thomas M. Young, III . A disability refers to a departure from the norm in terms of performance customarily expected. Young, III, P. Principal Investigator. INTRODUCTION The Therapeutic Case Advocacy Trainer's Guide is an aid for trainers, managers, administrators, and other professionals for establishing a collaborative unit or a task group to deliver services to children and youth with serious emotional disabilities and their families. This guide is not an exhaustive manual, but points to some major issues to be considered when utilizing the model.
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Andrew has graduated 13 P. students during his time at UD, of which 3 hold faculty positions at prominent universities. He is a pillar of our graduate program, having served in many capacities from the Departmental to University level in support of gradu-ate students. Joe Smith, Karl Booksh.
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