Document Type

Article

Publication Date

4-14-2020

Publication Title

Journal of College Counseling

First Page

85

Last Page

96

DOI

10.1002/jocc.12151

Additional Publication URL

https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1002/jocc.12151

Abstract

Students with learning disabilities face several challenges in postsecondary education settings. The authors explore the issue and shed light on the importance of self-advocacy for academic success. The stepped care model (SCM) is suggested as an approach to assist college students with learning disabilities in developing these skills and obtaining services. A brief case example from 1 of the authors’ work is shared to illustrate the use of the SCM with a student with a learning disability.

Rights

This is a post-print version of the following article: Justin G. Jacques and Nicholas R. Abel "Utilizing the Stepped Care Model to Empower University Students with Learning Disabilities," Journal of College Counseling, 23, no., 1, (2020): 85 - 96, which has been published in final form at: Journal of College Counseling.

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