Experiences of Germany and the Netherlands in Serving Transition-Age Youth

Working Paper 2014-02
Publisher: Princeton, NJ: Center for Studying Disability Policy
Feb 28, 2014
Todd Honeycutt and Lorenzo Moreno
This study explores transition strategies Germany and the Netherlands use to address issues faced by youth with disabilities. Using a case study methodology, the study finds these countries have a number of comprehensive, coordinated, efficient, and inclusive transition strategies and programs for youth and young adults with disabilities. However, only a handful of these programs are likely candidates for transferring, entirely or in part, to the U.S. disability support system.

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