The Role and Impact of Vocational Rehabilitation in Inclusive Higher Education for Students with Intellectual Disability and Autism
This poster, presented at the NIDILRR 40th Anniversary Celebration (https://acl.gov/NIDILRR40), reports findings from a mixed-methods study by Think College staff on the role of vocational rehabilitation (VR) in promoting postsecondary education for students with intellectual disability and/or autism. The study included secondary analysis of data collected from TPSID model demonstration sites and intensive case studies of four effective VR/higher education partnerships. Findings address VR roles in supporting students, VR VR/IHE communication strategies, VR counselor attitudes, and student outcomes.
Grigal, M., Hart, D., Sulewski, J., Thelin, R., Domin, D., Blackburn, N. (October 2018). The Role and Impact of Vocational Rehabilitation in Inclusive Higher Education for Students with Intellectual Disability and Autism. Poster session presented at National Institute on Disability, Independent Living and Rehabilitation Research: 40th Anniversary Celebration, Washington, DC.