After The IEP: College Transition and Success Tips for Parents of College-bound Students with Hidden Disabilities

Welcome to After The IEP podcast. The podcast all for parents of students with hidden disabilities headed to college.

What would it mean for you if your child with a hidden disability were successful in college?

Imagine they had less stress, the right skills, and the right accommodations. How much more successful would their college experience be?

How would you feel if you knew you did all you could to prepare them for making the transition to college? 

Imagine the impact of your child’s success in college with the right accommodations and skills. Imagine you are confident that you prepared them to transition to college with the best information you could. Imagine you prepared yourself for this important life transition. Imagine your student has less stress, can self-advocate, has the right accommodations, and has the right skills and mindset their first semester.

Tune into Accessing College’s podcast, After the IEP! Get an insiders view of college life, stresses, and success strategies. Gain exclusive insights for college search, nurturing personal and academic skills, self-advocacy skills, prioritizing personal wellness, and a lot more.

Rest assured, After the IEP doesn’t overlook the significance of parental involvement. It equips you, the parent, with the necessary information and skills to support yourself and your student throughout their college journey. As a dad who went through this transition twice already, I can tell you that this life stage impacts you too.

Get the information you need for the success you want!

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If you’re new to Accessing College, welcome aboard! Here are a few blog posts to get you started.

Four Steps To Get Disability Accommodations For College Students.

Parents Guide To College Disability Documentation Requirements

Don’t just take our word for it! Check out these reviews from other parents:

So Informative. “I needed this podcast years ago! I’m so glad I stumbled upon it. ” Dr. Dee E.

“Great Podcast! This is just the podcast parents need to start listening to before their child transitions to college.” Dyslexic Upgrade

“I have been listening to your podcast! They have been helpful…I also found it helpful that you suggested what to look for when considering colleges with a child with learning differences, and the process to get accommodations. I plan on going back and listening to them again.” K (Parent)

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