Learning Disabilities in the Workplace
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Learning Disabilities in the Workplace
Topics covered include:
- Workplace bullying,
- Dyslexia and ADD,
- Literacy and essential skills,
- Gender and disability,
- Disclosing illness and disability,
- Aboriginal peoples,
- and more.
Learning Disabilities in the Workplace
Literature Search (Updated April 2019)
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Kelly, B. (2014) Don’t Box Me In! Queen’s University, Belfast.
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