Methods for assisting parents with early transitions

Reiss, Elizabeth M.
March 1994
Journal of Instructional Psychology;Mar94, Vol. 21 Issue 1, p94
Academic Journal
Describes several factors and considerations that can be utilized by parents in developing transition skills to be applied to subsequent transitions throughout the life of a handicapped child. Education of the Handicapped Amendments; Components of a family systems approach to early intervention.


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