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Road to Success: Helping Young Adults with Learning Disabilities Plan and Prepare for Employment

Johnson, D.R., Mellard, D.F., & Lancaster, P. (2007). Road to success: Helping young adults with learning disabilities plan and prepare for employment. Teaching Exceptional Children, 39(6), 26-32.

Topic: Transition
Subcategory: Big Picture
Summary: This article reviews the Road to Success curriculum, developed by KU-CRL’s Division of Adult Studies, which addresses content and skills adolescents with learning disabilities need to overcome behavioral issues that could impede successful, productive employment.

 

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