Confused about college disability laws?
Are you a parent, an IEP Coach, a Special Ed teacher, or a mental health therapist?
How do the laws apply to accommodations requests?
Why is it important to know the laws?
It can be overwhelming and confusing.
Be confused no more.
Introducing an exclusive webinar series: Empowering Advocacy: Demystifying College Disability Laws
This webinar is not your ordinary event: June 14th and 15th at 11 Am EST.
It’s a dynamic 2-part series designed to provide you with the knowledge, tools, and strategies you need to navigate the complex world of college disability law.
We’ll dive deep into the crucial laws, exploring their application and helping you understand how they can make a remarkable difference in your child’s educational journey.
But this webinar isn’t just about theory – it’s about real-world practicality. We’ll provide you with actionable insights and strategies that you can apply directly to your unique situation. You’ll gain the confidence and know-how to advocate effectively for your child’s rights and create a supportive environment that nurtures their growth.
Hi, I’m Dan Jodan and NO, I am not a lawyer, but I did spend 10.5 years as the only accessibility coordinator for an Eastern university. I know firsthand what disability laws are and how the disability laws applied to every aspect of the job.
This training is an inside look at the laws themselves and how the laws apply to decisions made by accessibility staff.
As a dad, of a college student with dyslexia, dysgraphia, and dyscalculia, I know the struggles K-12. The transition services my son encountered in high school were nothing short of severely lacking. All he was told was “You know you’re going to have to speak up and ask for accommodations yourself?”
There is so much more to know than just that. My son was lucky to have my knowledge to draw from. I helped guide and inform him of his decision to request accommodations for college, and now I can do the same for you.
I want you to know what I know, so you can apply it to your student’s college journey.
Let me help you, so you can guide your student(s) with accurate information and apply it in the right manner.
Think of how much better your college transition planning can be with information that is accurate.
By attending our webinar, you’ll:
- Discover the crucial college disability laws that can transform your college-bound child’s educational experience.
- Learn why these laws are crucial to ensure your child receives the accommodations they need.
- Debunk common myths about the laws.
- Gain practical knowledge of how to apply the laws to your student’s specific situation.
- Connect and gain support with a community of like-minded parents, IEP Coaches, Special Ed teachers, and mental health therapists who share your journey.
I believe that every child deserves the opportunity to thrive in college regardless of their challenges.
Don’t miss out on this incredible opportunity to unlock your child’s full potential. Reserve your spot today!
Here’s what you get:
-Lifetime access to the presentation. Watch it as many times as you want.
-A private, supportive Facebook group so you can connect and learn from other parents going through the same thing.
-Access to me in the private Facebook group so you can ask all your questions and get the answers you need.
-An insider look into how decisions are made in an accessibility office.
Spaces are limited for this LIVE event, so be sure to secure your spot early.
Mark your calendar and set aside time on June 14th and 15th 11am EST.
Trust me, you don’t want to miss this empowering webinar series that will revolutionize your understanding of college disability law and equip you with the tools to make a lasting impact on your student’s future.
And all for less than the price of a fast food lunch for a family of four.
I am not a lawyer and this is not legal advice. This information contained in the program is not legal advice, and should not be construed as such. It is solely for informational purposes. The content is derived from my 10.5 years as the only accessibility coordinator for an Eastern university and how those laws applied to every aspect of the job.