Cómo ayudar a los niños con DA a enfocarse en la vida luego de la escuela secundaria

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Por Linda Broatch, M.A.

Referencias en inglés

  1. Henderson, C. (2001) College Freshmen with Disabilties, 2001: A Biennial Statistical Profile. Washington, DC: American Council on Education.

  2. Patton, J. & Dunn, C. (1998) Transition from School to Young Adulthood: Basic Concepts and Recommended Practices. Austin, TX: PRO-ED, Inc.

  3. Dunn, C. (1996) "Status Report on Transition Planning," Transition and Students with Learning Disabilities: Facilitating the Movement from School to Adult Life, Patton, J. & Blalock, G., Eds. Austin, TX: PRO-ED, Inc.

  4. Latham, P. (1997) "ADD and test accommodations under the ADA," Attention!, 4: 41-43, 46.

  5. Gerber, P., Ginsberg, R., & Reiff, H. (1992) "Identifying Alterable Patterns in Employment Success for Highly Successful Adults with Learning Disabilities," Journal of Learning Disabilities 25(8): 475-487.

  6. National Longitudinal Transition Study-2

Linda Broatch has worked for many years in nonprofit organizations that serve the health and education needs of children. She has an M.A. in education, with a focus in child development.