This piece explores a variety of approaches to dealing with the rehabilitation of clients who requires services and who have been defined as retarded by standard criteria. The author highlights how those who seek special vocational help often have problems leading to vocational disabilities in addition to attitudes, which result in inappropriate vocational behavior. Case studies are used to illustrate a variety of scenarios involved retarded persons with positive and negative outcomes and future suggestions for handling their situations. The author asserts the value of the workshop movement in terms of diagnosis and rehabilitation in the vocational area as well acknowledging that it is more successful with the conforming and non-achieving populations than those who act-out.
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Soloff, Asher. Goldman, Edwin. Differential Approaches to the Rehabilitation of Retardates Within a Workshop Setting. Journal of Jewish Communal Service. Jewish Communal Service Association of North America (JCSA),National Conference of Jewish Communal Service. Winter 1959: