Dads’ Role In College Transition.

Dads’ role in college transition is often not discussed. Dads, you have a special role to play in your student’s college journey and self-advocacy. It’s unlike any other role because your connection to your student is unique and special. What you bring to the plate is needed for your student’s college success and a better college transition. 

Students with disabilities like ADHD, learning disabilities, and mental health conditions need parental support throughout the college experience. Dads can help ensure their student is prepared and informed. I like to say know before you go. Dads should not be left out of the college transition plans, discussions, conversations etc. Let’s face it, some things dads may be better at and not mom. No slight towards moms at all. Just saying that dads have a role that’s just as important as yours and that role needs support too.

Consider Dads’ Role

Consider this an invitation to look at dads’ role in college transition and how you may incorporate it into your planning for college. It’s an episode I focused on to remind dads of their special bond and skill set. If you find this episode helpful, share this episode with dads.

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