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Self-Advocate’s Guide to Choosing a Post-Secondary Program: Charting Your Course Through A New Landscape

Self-Advocate’s Guide to Choosing a Post-Secondary Program: Charting Your Course Through A New Landscape

This guide, thoughtfully developed by The Boggs Center on Developmental Disabilities at Rutgers University, is designed for students with intellectual and developmental disabilities to choose a college that's right for them. There are 4 main categories ("Gold Medal Categories") that represent really important features of a college program, and the guide goes on to describes the characteristics of each category. Then the student has space to answer some questions about what he or she wants, considering those Gold Medal categories.

Did you know there is a Spanish version available? Find it here.

APA Citation: 

Chase, B., Gilbride, M., & Ellien, S. (2018). Self-Advocate’s Guide to Choosing a Post-Secondary Program: Charting Your Course Through A New Landscape. New Brunswick, NJ: The Boggs Center on Developmental Disabilities.

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2018
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