A follow-up study of division of blind services clients who received post-secondary educational services

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Date: January-March 1995
From: The Journal of Rehabilitation(Vol. 61, Issue 1)
Publisher: National Rehabilitation Association
Document Type: Article
Length: 3,489 words

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The effect of post-secondary education on the personal growth of blind and visually-impaired clients of a state vocational rehabiliation agency is examined. Results show clients perceive post-secondary education as beneficial to them, especially when they seek employment and try to integrate in the community. Rehabilitation agencies can serve better if they selectively send their clients to college.

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Gale Document Number: GALE|A16955921