Impact: Feature Issue on Transition in a Global Context for People with Intellectual, Developmental, and Other Disabilities
Part of the Impact series.
- Managing Editor(s)
- Janet K Stewart
- Brian H Abery, Jan Siska, Roger J Stancliffe, Renata Ticha
- Sarah L Curtner
This issue in the Impact series focuses on transition in a global context. Preparing for life after high school—whether that means college, work, or simply living in the community—varies greatly around the world. The authors, from Australia, Bhutan, Kenya, New Zealand, Czech Republic, Ukraine and elsewhere, share their personal stories and their work in building inclusive transition programs that will lead young people with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities toward fulfilling lives of their own choosing. In these times of war and pandemic, it is more important than ever to reach beyond our own borders for ideas and solutions that will create a more inclusive world for us all.
- Fall 2022
- Volume 35, Number 2
- Institute on Community Integration, University of Minnesota
- Research and Training Center on Community Living (RTC-CL)