Why am I passionate about this?
I’m a parent of a child with a learning disability, and I never want that to hold him back.
Meet the dad
As a father of a child with several learning disabilities, I’ve witnessed firsthand the struggles that learning-disabled students face when entering college. From the stigma and treatment disparities to the fear and self-consciousness that can lead to a profound lack of self-awareness about their disabilities, many students with learning disabilities don’t ask for help until it’s almost too late. I was determined that my son wouldn’t face those same challenges.
That’s why, as an expert in college accessibility and an Accessibility Coordinator and counselor with over 13 years of experience in higher education and 25 years in mental health, I developed a signature process to develop the self-advocacy skills needed for college success. By empowering learning-disabled students with the skills to advocate for themselves, they become unstoppable, able to overcome any obstacle and achieve their dreams.
But don’t just take my word for it. Statistics show that students who develop self-advocacy skills are more likely to graduate college and have successful careers. As someone with a passion for student wellness, advocacy, and ensuring students have the access they need, I’m committed to helping learning-disabled students thrive in college and beyond.
Empowering you, the parent, to give your child with a learning disability the tools and skills needed for college success.
“An investment in knowledge always pays the best interest.” – Benjamin Franklin
I worked with college students for 13 years. I know what works and what doesn’t.
I specialize in students with a learning disabilities transitioning to college.
My trainings, webinars, and one-on-one services focus on the whole person.
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