A SELF-ADVOCACY HANDBOOK FOR STUDENTS WITH SPECIAL NEEDS
Book with reproducible pages
By Rachel D. Rabideau and Melinda R. Pierson. This clearly written, step-by-step guide for students with mild to moderate disabilities enforces self-advocacy for the learning disabled. Eight brief chapters concentrate on giving students the knowledge to take control of their education through their learning profile, Individual Education Plan, and Individual Transition Plan. Lesson plans, parent letters, student handouts, and a substantial appendix on different disabilities make this handbook a valuable tool for students, teachers, and parents. Grades 6–12. Appendixes (including contact organizations). Spiralbound. 8½" x 11". DAC. 46 pages. ©2001.