The Southeast ADA Center Will Broadcast the "ADA Live!" Show: Episode 29: Supported and Inclusive Education for Students with Intellectual Disabilities
January 28, 2016
Wednesday – February 3, 2016
1:00 PM – 1:30 PM (Eastern)
Many young adults with intellectual disabilities (ID) are leaving high school and considering post-secondary education programs. Until recently, there were not many opportunities for students with ID to have access to post-secondary education. What began through the efforts of a few individuals and institutes of higher education has developed into a movement of many who share the belief that all students should have access to post-secondary education opportunities that lead to employment and independent living opportunities.
This episode is a continuation of our series on Post-Secondary Education for Students with Intellectual Disabilities. In this episode we will discuss the definition of inclusion, the stimulus behind the spark of inclusion in higher education, post-secondary education Comprehensive Transition Programs, accommodations in Comprehensive Transition Programs, support for students with intellectual disabilities in higher education, and anticipated outcomes for students with disabilities attending post-secondary education.
WADA "ADA Live!" is a free monthly show broadcast nationally on the Internet by the Southeast ADA Center from 1:00 - 1:30 p.m. (Eastern) on the first Wednesday of each month. All shows are archived and can be accessed on www.adalive.org.
No registration is required. You can submit your questions, explore resources and the complete program schedule and connect to archived shows on www.adalive.org.
To Listen to the Broadcast:
- Broadcast on BlogTalkRadio ADA Live! -- Supported and Inclusive Higher Education for Students with Intellectual Disabilities
- Real-time captioning on January 6 in Blackboard Collaborate for ADA Live! will be available – visit www.adalive.org for details. Web:sas.elluminate.com/m.jnlp?sid=2009293&password=M.B18EB920EEC2ABB2B4EDE9B80D101C
You can submit your questions, explore resources and the complete program schedule and connect to archived shows on www.adalive.org.
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