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Table of Contents Ch1: Introduction, Background and Policy Work and Security Young People and Society Listening to Children Aim of the book The Young Disabled People The Researcher and the Researched Collecting What Young Disabled People Say Ch 2: Career Developments and Choices of Young People Abstract Work, Disability and Adulthood Career Choices and Development Youth Transitions: school¿to¿work Conclusion Ch 3: Young People¿s Aspirations: What are they and why? Abstract Young People¿s Development of Choices Realistic, Compromised and Rejected Goals Development of Choices ¿ Interplay between social and individual factors Conclusion Ch 4: Choices and Opportunities in Mainstream and Special Education Abstract Introduction Learning Opportunities Post-School Choices Support and Facilities Educational Support and Teaching Assistants Friendship and Social Relationships Conclusion Ch 5: How families Shape the Choices of Young Disabled People Abstract Introduction The Influences of Families Families as a Source of Support and Advice Unsupportive Parents Alternative Supports Family as Models Conclusion Ch 6: Conclusion: Discussion and Young People¿s Ideas for Change Gender and Identity Family Relationships The Last Word Bibliography Index
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Young adults with disabilities -- Employment -- Great Britain.
Youth with disabilities -- Employment -- Great Britain.
Young adults with disabilities -- Education -- Great Britain.
Vocational rehabilitation -- Great Britain.