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Master of Science (MS)
Special Education and Rehabilitation
Devoe C. Rickert
A pre-service needs inventory was field tested for possible use by counselors of the Utah State Division of Rehabilitation Services. The field testing was carried out by utilizing two groups of consultants for evaluating format, content, and usability of the inventory.
Examination of the data collected from the consultants indicated that a pre-service needs inventory was helpful during the intake process and in filling out the Individual Written Rehabilitation Program. It also indicated that the checklist was broad enough to gather sufficient information and that the instructions were adequate. Finally the data indicated that over 75% of the counselors participating in the field test would use the checklist if it were optional.
Uchida, Donald R., "Field Testing a Pre-Service Needs Inventory for the Utah State Rehabilitation Services" (1979). All Graduate Theses and Dissertations. 3434.
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