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The centerpiece of the Project Wisdom program is a collection of thought-provoking messages designed to be read over the PA or in-house television system that encourage everyone on campus daily. Most programs began, however, by the recognition of the need for better career preparation by the parents, students, and administration. Because kids need good social skills in order to succeed. Education and Training in Mental Retardation and Developmental Disabilities, 32, 105-112.

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Publisher: Heinemann Library (February 26, 2001)

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Families experiencing significant financial hardship may be eligible for support under the state Mental Health Services Act through the Orange County Healthcare Agency's Prevention & Early Intervention Programs. Limited financial assistance also may be available through the gifts of generous donors. Families who do not qualify for public funding, may qualify for some assistance through our UC Irvine Foundation online. Brolin, The Council for Exceptional Children. Having friends and positive relationships in the community are among life’s greatest joys. It prevents feelings of isolation and loneliness and gives people an opportunity to build ties outside of their inner circle of friends and family. Whether it’s because of mobility, or communication, or one of confidence, people with special needs express that they sometimes find reaching out for companionship difficult, or intimidating online. Social exchange processes, equity, similarity and self-disclosure (which was constructed by social penetration theorists Irwin Altman and Dalmas Taylor), are presupposed to be the main route to relationship and friendship development Blind.

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