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The New Transition Handbook

The New Transition Handbook

Author: Carolyn Hughes, Ph.D. and Erik Carter, Ph.D.

Year Published: 2012

Description: The transition from school to the workforce is a complex time for most young adults, and students with disabilities face specific challenges during this time. The New Transition Handbook offers hundreds of strategies to help high school students with disabilities as they prepare for the next stage of their lives. The handbook is full of practical, effective tactics for learning key skills, developing supportive networks, accessing resources and preparing for the future.

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'Identifying students' individual strengths and the areas in which they need support is one of the first steps in building their skills.'

The New Transition Handbook


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