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Adults with Special Needs

Learning Objectives

Image of a dry erase board behind a desk. On the desk is a lamp, a cup with pens, reading eyeglasses, and a binder with a photo of a lady and her elderly mom. Bulleted text on the dry erase board.

Text reads: Title: Upon completion of this lesson, you will be able to:

Select the binder or press Next to continue.

In this module we will address a wide range of topics related to the concerns of adults with special needs, whether they are adult children, adults diagnosed with a condition or disability, or caregivers. This could be a spouse with a chronic illness or an acquired disability, a child with a developmental disorder transitioning to adulthood, or a family member over twenty-one with severe special needs who are unable to live on his/her own. You may begin accessing the module's topics now by selecting the Adult with Special Needs binder.