This self-paced online course describes strategies for helping adults with learning disabilities (LD) develop skills to enhance their workforce readiness and success; identifies employment-related resources available to adults with LD in your community; and explores strategies to address possible barriers to access for those adults.
Disabilities and Equitable Outcomes
This self-paced online course explores an important attribute associated with successful adult living: self-determination. It examines factors that promote self-determination as well as how self-determination can be developed in educational services for individuals with learning disabilities.
This self-paced online course examines legal and ethical issues that specifically affect adults with learning disabilities (LD) and is meant to provide an understanding of the law to guide professional practice. It identifies the legal, self-disclosure, and confidentiality issues that are relevant to service providers working with adults with LD and discusses possible implications for service delivery when a student discloses a learning disability.
This training introduces participants to Learning to Achieve, professional development based on the most recent rigorous research on learning disabilities (LD).
In this self-paced online course, participants will learn about the underlying neurobiology of learning disabilities.
In this self-paced online course, participants will learn about instructional strategies for English language learners who have learning disabilities.
In this self-paced online course, participants will learn about testing and instructional accommodations appropriate for individuals with learning disabilities.
This self-paced online course examines current trends and issues in defining learning disabilities, identifies some behaviors that indicate an individual may have a learning disability; and explains how the controversy and debate in the learning disabilities field may affect adult service providers.