(1) Empirical Research

(2) Law and Policy Analysis

  • Pringles, C. I. (2011)
    Throwing a lifesaver without going overboard: Considering alternatives to guardianship. Vermont Bar Journal, 37-Spring, 21-23
  • Raley, S. K., Shogren, K. A., Martinis, J. G., & Wehmeyer, M. L. (2020)
    Age of majority and alternatives to guardianship: A necessary amendment to the Individuals with Disabilities Education Improvement Act of 2004. Journal of Disability Policy Studies, 1-11
  • Rebore, D. & Zirkel, P. (2000)
    Transfer of rights under the Individuals With Disabilities Act: Adulthood with ability or disability? Brigham Young University Education & Law Journal, 2000(1). 33-46
  • Saltzman, J. C. & Hughes, B. S. (2005)
    Planning with special needs youth upon reaching majority: Education and other powers of attorney. NAELA Journal, 1(1), 41-57
  • Schwartz, B. D., Colwell, W., & Milsk, P. (2008)
    Survey of Illinois law: Significant developments in education law 2007. Southern Illinois University Law Journal, 32(4), 827-864
  • Rood, C. E., Kanter, A., & Causton, J. (2015)
    Presumption of incompetence: The systematic assignment of guardianship within the transition process. Research and Practice for Persons with Severe Disabilities, 39(4) 319–328
  • Sarkar, T. (2015)
    Intellectual and developmental disability: Transition to adulthood and decision-making process. International Journal of Child Health and Human Development, 8(4), 517-527
  • Smith, M. S. & Stein, M. A. (2021)
    Transfer of parental rights: The impact of section 615(m) of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act. Drexel Law Review, forthcoming
  • Theodorou, E. J. (2018)
    Supported decision-making in the Lone Star State. New York University Law Review, 93, 973-1013

(3) Professional Resources

(4) Parent Resources

(5) Self-Advocacy Materials

(6) General Resources