ERIC Number: ED216487
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1981-Jul
Reference Count: 0
The Accessible Institution of Higher Education: Opportunity, Challenge, and Response. National Conference (4th, Boston, Massachusetts, July 13-17, 1981).
Simon, Stephen H., Comp.
The document contains proceedings of the fourth national conference on meeting the needs of disabled students in higher education. Fifty-one presentations are divided into nine major categories--keynote address, the international year of disabled persons, management of a support services office, legal and planning issues, counseling students with disabilities, career counseling/placement services, support services for students with hearing impairments, support services for students with learning disabilities, and support services for students with severe physical disabilities. Among the papers are the following titles and authors: "Independent Living and the Post-Secondary Educational Institution" (L. Frieden, et al.); "Resources for Selecting and Managing Educational Assistive Devices and Services for Disabled Students" (R. Hartman); "Guidelines for Campus Life Safety and the Handicapped" (L. Donnels, et al.); "Sexual Counseling and Education for the Disabled College Student--A Look at Attitudes and Counseling Techniques" (M. Armstrong, et al.); "Getting That Job--Concrete Steps Toward Gainful Employment" (D. Sampson); "Tutoring/Notetaking as a Support Service for Deaf Students" (J. Wilson); "Identification and Accommodation of the College Qualified Learning Disabled Student" (M. Bacigalupo); and "Implementing Programs for Independent Living on the College Campus" (G. Callas). A conference agenda, lists of participants and exhibitors, and a description of the Association on Handicapped Student Service Programs in Post-Secondary Education conclude the document. (SB)
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Association on Handicapped Student Service Programs in Postsecondary Education, Ames, IA.
Identifiers: International Year of Disabled Persons
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