Succeeding as a Student in the Stem Fields with an Invisible Disability
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Succeeding as a Student in the Stem Fields with an Invisible Disability

Christopher Barber Full-time care giver

‘A STUDENT was placing a single pair of socks into a washing machine. His tutor asked him what he was doing. The student replied: “My mother told me to wash my whites separately.”’

Learning Disability Practice. 17, 4, 12-12. doi: 10.7748/ldp2014.04.17.4.12.s15

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