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Transition services for students aged 18-21 with intellectual disabilities in college and community settings: Models and implications of success

Transition services for students aged 18-21 with intellectual disabilities in college and community settings: Models and implications of success

This brief provides an overview of some successful models of transition services being implemented in postsecondary settings, describes one such model implemented by the Baltimore City Public School System in three local colleges, and presents some of the implications and strategies for success of this model. Resource can be found at: http://www.ncset.org/publications/viewdesc.asp?id=3395

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Grigal, M., Dwyre, A., & Davis, H. (2006) Transition services for students aged 18-21 with intellectual disabilities in college and community settings: Models and implications of success. NCSET Information Brief, Vol. 5, Issue 5. Institute for Community Integration: University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN.

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