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Yuan, F. T., & Reisman, E. S. (Summer, 2000). Transition to adulthood: Outcomes for graduates of a non-degree postsecondary program for young adults with severe learning disabilities. Learning Disabilities: A Multidisciplinary Journal, 10(3), 153-63.

This study examined the outcomes for 140 graduates of the Threshold Program at Lesley University, Massachusetts, a non-degree postsecondary program, which aims to help young adults with severe learning disabilities and lower than average IQ develop independent living skills. Sixty-nine percent of these graduates are living independently, and 82% are employed.

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