In Supported Competitive Employment, a Worker with Intellectual Disabilities Has
In supported competitive employment, a worker with intellectual disabilities has a competitive employment position and receives
B)ongoing assistance from a job coach.
D)pay from a social agency rather than from the employer.
Employment based on assessment of an individual's strengths, weaknesses, and interests is
In the past several years, it has become more difficult to designate someone as having intellectual disabilities.
If a person achieves a low score on an IQ test, this means that his or her adaptive skills are below average.