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Transition to Adulthood > Self Determination

Self-determination refers to an individual's exercise of control over his or her own life, through active participation in decision-making and the opportunity to take appropriate risks.

Accessing the Dream: Preparing Deaf-Blind Youth for a Self-Determined Life

Becoming Empowered Through Self-Determination Skills

David Brown's Advice on Self-Determination Skills for Deaf-Blind Students

DeafBlind Self-Advocacy Training

Self-Determination: An Overview

Transition Toolkit: Enhancing Self Determination for Young Adults Who Are Deaf-Blind

What is Self-Determination?

After Helen Keller: Empowering Students with Disabilities

An Integrated Approach to Teaching Self-Determination

Center for Self-Determination

Futures Planning and Self Determination

How to Promote Self-Determination for Children with Disabilities

Self-Determination for Children and Young Adults Who Are Deaf-Blind

Self-Determination Is For Babies, Too! (2nd Article)

Self-Determination Materials Bibliography

Supporting Self-Determination for Youth & Young Adults with Deafblindness

Three Things Parents Should Know About Self-Determination Skills for Deaf-Blind Students

Valerie's Personal Passport: Enhancing Self-determination

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