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Parent Involvement in Meaningful Post-School Experiences for Young Adults With IDD and Pervasive Support Needs
Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities
Despite initiatives supporting young adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD) to engage in post-secondary education and integrated employment, those with more intensive support needs are not as easily involved in these post-school experiences. In an effort to learn from positive examples, we examined parent involvement in meaningful post-school experiences by eight young adults with IDD and pervasive support needs. Secondary analysis of data from a prior interview studydoi:10.1352/1934-9556-54.4.260 pmid:27494125 fatcat:6zzwhdh5vbbexfaika5v4aigxu