Youth with disabilities have the right to fail just like their peers without disabilities. Failing with success means that youth with disabilities are provided with the opportunity to problem-solve the failure, identify next steps, and follow-through on next steps. Finally, there is an evaluation on progress. This is one critical aspect of self-determination. Our failures count, but our responses to our failures weigh ...more »
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