What is it about?

The study is centered on the experiences of six intellectually challenged individuals who received employability training at a non-governmental organization. A focus group discussion along with a case study was conducted. he researchers employed the Rigorous and Accelerated Data Reduction (RADaR) technique to analyze the data from the focus group discussion.

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Why is it important?

The intellectually challenged have the right to earn and lead a dignified life. This article highlights a successful method of preparing them for employment.


I believe that this article will be useful for all the researchers in the field of intellectual disability.

Dr. S. Rama Gokula Krishnan
St. Joseph's University, Bengaluru

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This page is a summary of: Working with adults with intellectual challenges to enhance their employability skills, Journal of Intellectual Disabilities, April 2023, SAGE Publications,
DOI: 10.1177/17446295231171198.
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