Job accommodations for adults with learning disabilities: Brilliantly disguised opportunities
(1992). Job accommodations for adults with learning disabilities: Brilliantly disguised opportunities. Learning Disability Quarterly, 15(4), pp.274-285.
Examined the job accommodation needs of adults with a specific learning disability (SLD) through an analysis of cases handled by the consultants at the Job Accommodation Network, an international accommodation information service of the President's Committee on Employment of People with Disabilities. Case examples are included, which provide practical solutions to common situations involving adults with an SLD in the employment environment. Frequently, the use of an assistive device is all that is needed to allow persons with an SLD to reach full employment potential. Useful resources are listed available to those involved in making accommodations for people with an SLD.
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