Learning to Achieve is a program designed to help adult education and vocational training practitioners, social workers, and other human service providers understand learning disabilities (LD) in adults and learn how to actively support adults with LD in educational and workplace settings. All course materials are provided at no charge thanks to LINCS.
Describe consensus definitions for and controversies about learning disabilities (LD) and their practical applications
Identify the legal, confidentiality, and self-disclosure issues that are relevant to service providers working with adults with learning disabilities (LD.)
Describe how explicit instruction can be used to help adults with LD develop strategies to learn.
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