Review by: Richard L. Rosenberg, Lead Vocational Coordinator, Teacher of the Year (2009-2010), Whittier Union High School District
"An excellent resource that . . . can be used as a reference for educational staff, service professionals and parents. I enthusiastically recommend it."
Review by: Susan Yuan, Professor Emerita, University of Vermont; parent of an adult son with disabilities
"Gary Greene teaches us how to approach families with sensitivity, understanding, and respect."
Review by: David Leake, Director, Project Ho'omohala, Center on Disability Studies, University of Hawaii at Manoa
"An excellent guide for effectively supporting youth with disabilities who are of culturally and linguistically diverse heritage through the often difficult transition to adulthood."
Review by: Steve Holburn, New York State Institute for Basic Research in Developmental Disabilities
"Sensitizes the reader to the needs of the culturally diverse student and then delineates practical strategies for successful transitions to adult life."
Review by: Carol A. Kochhar-Bryant, Professor and Chair, Department of Special Education & Disability Studies, The George Washington University
"This book is long overdue . . . A must read for individuals who have a shared responsibility for ensuring successful transition for all youth, particularly those who are culturally and linguistically diverse."