Exceeding Expectations: Successful Adults With Learning Disabilities. by Henry B. Reiff (Author) › Visit Amazon's Henry B. Reiff Page. Find all the books, read about the author, and more. See search results for this author. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central. Henry B. Reiff Cited by: 86. Successful adults with learning disabilities are generally actively engaged in the world around them — politically, economically, and socially. They participate in community activities and take an active role in their families, neighborhoods, and friendship groups.
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However, although all persons with learning disabilities may experience disability-related stress, successful individuals appear to have developed effective means of reducing and coping with stress, frustration, and the emotional aspects of their learning disabilities.