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|Other Titles:||Counseling Services for Students with Disabilities in Higher Education from an Enabling Perspective|
National Taiwan Normal University Special Education Center
There are more disabled students in higher education. Higher education administrators provide counseling services according to the Implementation Directions for Counseling College Students with Disabilities. However, do these services meet the special needs of disabled students? The author analyzed the counseling services provided by higher education administrators and the adaptations furnished to the initial groups of disabled students who received counseling services. Then, the author introduced Chickering & Reisser’s identity development theory. Finally, the author suggested that developing disabled students’ leadership, self-advocacy and self-determination in higher education could enhance their abilities to lead themselves and others.
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