Developing Relationship with Rehabilitation Counselors to Meet the Transition Needs of Students with Disabilities
The purpose of this article is to outline bow school and rehabilitation counselors can work together more effectively to meet the needs of students with disabilities. School and rehabilitation counselors share similar education, goals, and values, and they bring complementary skills and knowledge to their work with students. By increasing their understanding of rehabilitation counseling, school counselors can broaden their professional activities with students with disabilities to enhance their transition into the post-high school world.
Scarborough, Janna L.; and Gilbride, Dennis D.. 2006. Developing Relationship with Rehabilitation Counselors to Meet the Transition Needs of Students with Disabilities. Professional School Counseling. Vol.10(1). 25-33. https://doi.org/10.1177/2156759X0601001S04