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The Best Guide To College Services For Your Student.

Step into the world of college services tailored for students with learning disabilities, mental health conditions, and ADHD. This episode walks you through the process to determine what your student needs from college support systems. It’s a critical step to help your student thrive academically and personally in college.

Uncover the seven essential questions to ask your student to help them critically look at their needs currently and in the past. By understanding the effectiveness of past services utilized by your student, you can make informed decisions about the types of support that best suit their individual requirements now and in the future.

Learn how to gauge the level of support your student needs. Empower them to take charge of their academic success. Discover how this relates to school choice, seeking assistance, advocating for their needs, and utilizing support services effectively. By using these seven questions, you can equip your student with the awareness needed to make an informed college choice.

Use this episode to guide you and your student through a critical, but often missed step, of college services. Pro Tip: You may want to have several small conversations about this topic of pick one question at a time. Give you student time to process and take a realistic look at what they need to thrive and be successful. Bonus Tip: Have them listen to the episode with you and talk about it after.

Use this guide to college services to gain valuable insights into choosing a supportive college environment that nurtures your student’s growth and development. As I say, get the information you need to help them get the success they want. Knowing the supports available and what your student needs, will be a critical step to their success.

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