Culturally Sensitive Transition Plans for Young Children and Their Families

Bruns, Deborah A.; Fowler, Susan A.
May 1999
Teaching Exceptional Children;May/Jun99, Vol. 31 Issue 5, p26
Academic Journal
Deals with culturally sensitive transition plans for young students with disabilities and their families. Role of the family in implementing and evaluating transitions plans; Transition roles for culturally diverse families; Strategies for service providers to facilitate appropriate transition.


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