By Paul Retish, Shunit Reiter
This ebook matters the method of transition that all of us make all through our lifetime, and the mandatory abilities people with disabilities have to functionality outdoors of faculty. The booklet illustrates that the issues of transition should not only for people with disabilities, yet for everybody. attractiveness of variations, figuring out that our perceptions will not be actual, and the power to be sincere with each other are proven to be key parts in aiding transition.
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Book Structure This text is intended to give the reader two views folded into each area. One is an overview of how the person with a disability can live their daily life, and the other is how their ability is accomplished or hindered in the world we live in. The authors represent different constituencies, countries, and parts of the lives we all live day in and day out. Part I, Schools This section is totally focused on that time frame in life where one makes the transition from school into adulthood life.
Therefore, the problems of transition are not just for persons with disabilities but for everyone in society. Acceptance of differences, understanding that our perceptions of others' needs may not be accurate, and just the ability to be honest with one another may be a reasonable amount of accommodation necessary to assist transition. We as individuals, societies, and organizations need to continually ask ourselves how we can assist all people to use the system. We can never be satisfied as to where we are but we must continually look at improving.
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