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Learning Disabilities/ADHD and the Law in Higher Education and Employment

Learning Disabilities/ADHD and the Law in Higher Education and Employment

This 2007 book covers key legal topics — Who is a person with a disability under the ADA and Rehabilitation Act? What accommodations are required? What documentation is necessary? How do the ADA and RA apply in higher education and in the workplace? What are the courts deciding? What about state law? How to advocate for your position?

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