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RehabPro Volume 26 Number 3 & 4 are available

Thursday, January 10, 2019   (0 Comments)
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Please enjoy the latest edition of the Rehabilitation Professional (RehabPro), Volume 26, Number 4, an exclusive benefit of your IARP all-inclusive membership.

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Volume 26 No. 4

Special Issue
Vocational Rehabilitation Transition Services

Editorial Comments

(167) Looking Back and Toward the Future
Timothy F. Field, Interim Editor

(168) Vocational Rehabilitation Transition Services
Elizabeth M. Watson, Guest Editor


(169) The Role and Development of Vocational Rehabilitation Transition Services Section
Elizabeth M. Watson

(179) Making a Difference: Case Studies on the Impact of VR in Special Education
Valerie Moreno-Tucker and Lisa Byrne

(185) Ethical Concerns When Evaluating Youth and Young Adults with Disabilities for Transition to Adulthood
Mary Cotter and Sabrina M. Singleton

(193) Education Law Attorney Perspectives of Vocational Rehabilitation Transition Services
Olga Rocha-Duchrow and Erin S. Bailey

(197) The Essential Role of Evaluation in Transition Plans and Programming
Ayse Torres, Andrew Wittel, Doren-Elyse Marquit, and Guy Beauduy

Volume 26 No. 3

(115) Editorial Comments
Timothy F. Field

(117) An Evidence Source Model for Clinical and Forensic Practice
Mary Barros-Bailey

(129) History and Structure of Social Insurance Systems in the United States
Patrick L. Dunn

(139) Who Pays for What Parts of Expert Depositions in Federal Courts? Decisions of Judges in the Northern District of Illinois
Kristine S. Slocum and Thomas R. Ireland

(153) The Impact of Secondary Gain on Employment for Persons with Mild Traumatic Brain Injury
Irmo Marini, Kerra L. Daniel, Rigel M. Pinon, and Nancy Riddick-McClelland


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