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Author(s):Ekpone, P., and Bogucki, R
Title:A postsecondary resource guide for students with psychiatric disabilities
Organization:George Washington University Heath Resource Center
Short Description:Although individuals of all ages are affected, mental illness is particularly challenging for students in late adolescence and early adulthood, many of who are making plans for employment and higher education. This publication examines postsecondary access and rights for students with psychiatric disabilities.
Annotation:Although individuals of all ages are affected, mental illness is particularly challenging for students in late adolescence and early adulthood, many of who are making plans for employment and higher education. This publication examines postsecondary access and rights for students with psychiatric disabilities.
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College Access
College and Career Planning (for Parents)
College and Career Planning (for Students)
Non-traditional Students
Preparation/College Readiness
Students with Disabilities/Special Needs Students

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