This book will assist three groups of individuals. First, professionals working with individuals who are transitioning from school, the secondary transition phase. Secondly, parents will find this book useful as a tool for providing support, clarification and insight into the range of emotions experienced during the secondary transition phase. Finally, this book could assist those persons who aspire to further their experiences after high school. The book is a composite of actual events experienced by several families and persons with disability as they leave high school.
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Whose Life is it Anyway? How one teenager, her parents, and her teacher view the transition process for a young person with disabilities
Janice Fialka, Martha Mock & Jennifer Wagner Neugart
Waisman Centre, University of Wisconsin-Madison, University Centre for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities
27 May 2005
Attitudes, Employment, Education, Families, Friendship, Inclusion