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Options After High School for Youth with Disabilities

Author: 
Valdivieso, Carol H.
Publisher: 
NICHCY and HEATH Resource Centers; (1991)
Type: 
Article
ID: 
3376
Price: 
$0.00
Location: 
TRAN 47
Notes: 
Discusses how families and professionals can help young people develop self-advocacy and self-determination skills. Also included is info on adult service systems in regard to postsecondary training, employment, adaptive equipment.

Supported Employment Stretegies for Integration of Workers With Disabilitie

Author: 
Wehman, Paul.; Sale, Paul; Parent, Wendy
Publisher: 
Andover Medical Publishers (1992); ISBN: 0-962652107-2
Type: 
Book
ID: 
453
Price: 
$28.00
Location: 
Lending Libary; Danvers
Notes: 
Text provides detailed information on job development, client assessment, and job site training.

Working with People The Helping Process

Author: 
Brill, Naomi I.
Publisher: 
Longlin Press (1985); ISBN: 0-582-28460-0
Type: 
Book
ID: 
458
Price: 
$17.95
Location: 
Lending Library; Danvers
Notes: 
Presents sophisticated concepts and research findings in crisp, clear accessible prose generously laced with examples and case histories.

Massachusetts School-to-Work System, The - A Reference Guide to Policy and

Author: 
Bay State Skills Corporation
Publisher: 
Bay State Skills
Type: 
Book
ID: 
507
Price: 
$12.95
Location: 
Lending Library; Danvers
Notes: 
Presents the legal and policy foundations of the Commonwealth's system of school to work transition.

Job Hunting Tips for the So-Called Handicapped or People Who Have Disabilti

Author: 
Bolles, Richard Nelson
Publisher: 
Ten Speed Press (1991): ISBN 0-89815-471-5
Type: 
Book
ID: 
435
Price: 
$4.95
Location: 
Lending Library; Danvers
Notes: 
Explains reasons behind employer's reactions to disabled person and very practical, helpful suggestions for changing those reactions.

Social Deviance in Autism A central integrative failure as a model for so

Author: 
Shapiro, Theodore; Hertzig, Margaret E.
Publisher: 
Pervasive Developmental Disorders Vol. 14 #1 AR
Type: 
Article
ID: 
1611
Price: 
$0.00
Location: 
SOC 08
Notes: 
Importance of daily chores, other behaviors, and vocational training programs to assist child's social independence and development of work skills.
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