After The IEP: College Transition and Success Tips for Parents of College-bound Students with Hidden Disabilities
What would it mean for you if your child with a hidden disability were successful in college?
Immagine they had less stress, the right skills, and the right accommodations. How much more successful would their college experience be?
Want to learn more about college accessibility, self-advocacy, and success for your student?
Tune into Accessing College’s podcast, After the IEP! In this podcast, Dan Jordan brings his 13-plus years of expertise in higher education to offer valuable advice. Learn how to help your student navigate the higher education system with confidence.
You’ll gain insider tips on what they need to know during the college search process to make the best choice. Learn the importance of building the skills needed for personal and academic success, self-advocacy, and personal wellness.
Get the information you need for the success you want!
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“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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