Volume 40 | Issue 3 | Fall 2014
Volume 40 | Issue 3 | Fall 2014 | “International Inclusion: The Development of Disability Supports and Services in Countries Where They are Emerging or Nonexistent.”
Every day we are reminded of how the world shrinks and our neighborhood expands beyond our city/state/nation to include individuals on other continents, in other countries. Articles in this issue inform and inspire focus on international matters, and we learn of the progress and the challenges in the application of (American based) international standards to the quality of life of individuals with disabilities.
Lewis Jackson, A Sea of Change: Introduction to the International Issue.
Rashida Banerjee, Towards Inclusive Education in India: Implementation of the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities.
Maha ALSulaiman, Challenges to Implementing Inclusion and Response-to-Intervention in the Arabian Gulf Region.
Rehab Al-Zayer, Sexual Abuse of Individuals with Intellectual Disabilities in an Emergent Gulf Region Country: A Preliminary Study of Issues and Points of View.
Reem Al-Rusaiyes, Mothers' Perceptions of the Service and Adulthood Needs of Their Adolescent Children with Intellectual Disability.
Reema Alabdulwahab, Transition Services for Students with Intellectual Disabilities in Saudia Arabia: Available Supports and Future Directions.
Effat Shugdar, Guide to Including Children with Disabilities in Community Settings in the Arab Gulf Region.
Reema Alabdulwahab, Reem Al-Rusaiyes, Raveema Mongkolrat, Abdulaziz Alqahtani, Effat Shugdar, Haya Eshaq, Rehab Alzayer, Shehana Alqafari, Weeramol Locharoenrat, Perceptions of a Panel of International Doctoral Candidates Toward Special Education Services and Needs in Their Respective Countries.