Work Experience

In many instances work experience will be a component of your secondary education program. There will be some teens who will also get themselves a part time job while at school and this can also be considered work experience. For the teen with an Intellectual Disability(ID) you need to consider your interests, skills and the degree to which your disability will impact on you effectively managing work experience. For some teens with ID the degree of your ID may impede your ability to undertake work experience in open employment workplaces. If your ID is moderate or severe you might wish…

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