This study evaluates an inclusive post-secondary education program (the 'On Campus' program) from the perspective of disabled and non-disabled students, families of students with disability and faculty members. Students with disability and their families reported positive results from the program both educationally and socially. The program positively affected the way in which the peers and teachers of students viewed intellectual disability in general. The authors discuss the implications of continuing education and university based programs for students with developmental disability.
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An inclusive university program for students with moderate to severe developmental disabilities: Student, parent and faculty perspectives
Linda McDonald et al
Developmental Disabilities Bulletin, vol. 25, issue 1, pp43-67
19 May 2005
Attitudes, Families, Inclusion, Friendship, Education, Tertiary