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Celebrating One Year of Empowerment: After the IEP Anniversary Special

After the IEP Anniversary Special

As After the IEP reaches its one-year milestone, it’s time to celebrate a journey filled with invaluable conversations, transformative insights, and empowering discussions, specifically tailored for students navigating the transition from high school to college, particularly those with disabilities. Here is After The IEP’s first anniversary special.

Rediscovering the Top 10 Episodes

10. Ep 39 Practical College Accommodations For Anxiety You Need To Know

9. Ep 40 5 Uplifting Ways To Encourage Your College Student

8. Ep 37 Top 3 essential strategies for junior year in high school for college readiness.(by listener request)

7. Ep 20 Navigating College Disability Documentation: What Every Parent Needs to Know

6. Ep 17 Get Ahead of the Game: 5 Essential Realities Every Freshman Should Know About College

5. Ep 4 ADHD Accommodations That Create Opportunities for Success

4. Ep 1 Empowering Students with Hidden Disabilities: A Personal Mission and Passion

3. Ep 3 Common College Accommodations for ADHD

2. Ep 18 Does my student need a new psychoeducational eval for college? Learn how to decide.

1. Ep 8 Anxiety in College Students: Unpacking the 5 Most Common Triggers

Empowering Engagement: Your Voice Matters

What truly sets After the IEP apart is your voice. Just like episode 37, where listener requests shaped our content, your questions and topics drive our podcast’s direction. Your engagement, feedback, and suggestions continue to fuel meaningful conversations within our community.

Join Us in the Celebration

As we commemorate this milestone, we invite you to join us in this anniversary special. Tune in to relive the wisdom shared, reignite inspiration, and actively participate in our ongoing dialogue. Together, let’s sustain this journey, fostering a community of learning, support, and empowerment.

Cheers to Growth, Learning, and Making a Difference

Thank you for being part of this incredible journey. Here’s to many more years of growth, learning, and impactful discussions that shape the lives of students transitioning from high school to college. After the IEP celebrates this milestone with gratitude and anticipation for the continued evolution of our shared journey.

Disclaimer: I am not a lawyer. Nothing should be construed as legal advice. If you need legal advice consult a lawyer. Although I am a therapist, I’m not your therapist. Any accommodations mentioned may or may not fit for your specific disability needs. All the information contained is for educational and informational purposes only