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Extract: Literature and research on deafblind youths and young adults has historically been limited. Despite a recent increase in the number of journal articles regarding deafblind youths (see, for example, Bruce, Nelson, Perez, Stutzman, & Barnhill, 2016; Correa-Torres & Bowen, 2016; Hartshorne & Schmittel, 2016; Kyzar, Brady, Summers, Haines, & Turnbull, 2016; Kyzar & Summers, 2014), most existing publications focus on school-related issues, family issues, or communication for children and youths. The literature related to post–high school outcomes is much more limited, with only three publications specific to this population identified (Peracchio & Stetler, 2009/2010; Petroff, 2001, 2010).


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