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The help you need for your college bound child.
Learn what it takes to self-advocate for accommodations in college. Designed for parents and high school students with learning disabilities, our transition to higher education webinars guide you through an easy step-by-step method to get you prepared to self-advocate for what you need. Webinars are licensed for individual use only.
College Transition Boot Camp (FREE)
How to Help Your Child Transition to Higher Education in Five Easy Steps A free webinar designed for you, the parent, to help you help your child with a disability transition well. Whether you’re a parent who has been to college or if you are a parent of a first-generation college student, this information is critical. Developed from the perspective of disability services staff, the information guides you through a typical semester: the pitfalls, issues that arise, and how to manage them successfully. It also addresses your needs as a parent. After all, it’s not just your child transitioning; it’s you too.
Self-Advocacy for Higher Education
For a student with a learning disability, obtaining accommodations in college is a necessity. It’s also a process and if you are not prepared for it, you may not get all you need. The process can take longer putting you at risk for not having accommodations for classes or tests.
You can avoid all this if you are prepared to request accommodations and know how to self-advocate. The webinar, Self-Advocacy for Higher Education, teaches students with learning disabilities how to prepare to make their requests and explain what they need. When you can explain those needs, you can get the accommodations easily. The better you explain your needs, the better the outcome will be.
For a step-by-step, easy-to-follow course, Self-Advocacy for Higher Education: Parent Coaching Series walks you through each step at your own pace. Master self-advocacy one step at a time. Use along with our workbook to enhance your learning (recommended)!
504 Plans/Mental Health
One-on-one Academic Coaching
Our academic coaching offers students a flexible, individualized, and holistic method to keep you on track academically. Online academic coaching services offer a convenient way to achieve your college goals.
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We have helped thousands of students successfully navigate the transition to college.
We specialize in students with ADHD, a learning disability, or mental health disability.
Our trainings, webinars, and one-on-one services focus on the whole person.