Help Your College-Bound Student Prepare For the Transition & Start Their Next Experience Successfully

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✔  Wondering if your student's 504/IEP
     will apply in college?

✔  Unsure of the types of learning support
     available in 

✔  Is your student nervous about the
     accommodation request process?

✔  Does your student feel nervous about
     advocating for themselves in college?

✔  Wondering what important questions
      to ask the Accessibility Office on a   
      campus visit?

Affordable, Convenient Workshop Options For ALL Learners

Through 100% live, virtual sessions students and families will interact with workshop content using real world scenarios, interactive surveys, reflection questions and discussions. This is the perfect time to give your student (and yourself) the gift of preparation and knowledge about how to navigate college disability supports successfully.

2 Workshops

We've designed a workshop to address the unique concerns of parents of diverse learners

- and a workshop just for students too!

"Understanding Supports & Accommodations in College"
(for students)

Register for November 4, 2021 OR November 11, 2021
7:00 - 8:30pm

Cost: $30

Students who have previously followed 504/IEPs in high school will benefit from this easy to understand, engaging workshop that teaches students:

- How to navigate the important college process of understanding & requesting accommodations

- Learn the variety of disability and mental health supports on a college campus

-Understand the accommodation request process in college

- Different types of accommodations

- How to self-advocate during a conversation with disability office staff and much more.

Register Here

"Understanding Supports & Accommodations in College"
(for parents)

Register for Friday, November 5   OR  Friday, November 12
7:00 - 8:30pm

Cost: $30

Parents of college-bound students will learn:

- The variety of disability and mental health supports available on a college campus

- The accommodation request process

- Typical college accommodations

- The importance of student self-advocacy in the accommodation process

- Common disability related obstacles in the first year of college

- Families will also have an opportunity for small group discussion and to ask questions



- 1.5 hour live virtual workshop led by Jennifer Sullivan, M.S., author of "Sharing the Transition to College:

Words of Advice for Diverse Learners and Their Families"

- Free 15-page printable pdf Transition to College Workbook 

Understanding Supports & Accommodations in College (students)

Date: Thursday, November 4, 2021

Time: 7:00 - 8:30pm

Understanding Supports & Accommodations in College (students)

Date: Thursday, November 11, 2021

Time: 7:00 - 8:30pm

Understanding Supports & Accommodations in College (parents)

Date: Friday, November 5, 2021

Time: 7:00 - 8:30pm

Understanding Supports & Accommodations in College (parents)

Date: Friday, November 12, 2021

Time: 7:00 - 8:30pm

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"This workshop was so informative!

My son's eyes were opened to the things he needed to be doing to get ready for college this summer. It was nice having him hear it from someone other than his mom! "

-Sandra W., Parent from CT

Let's Do This Together!

How to Register

1.  Select the one-time workshop option that fits your needs by clicking on the session date above.

2.  After you register and pay, you will receive a confirmation email with
    additional important information. 
    NOTE: Please check your spam or promotions folder for this email.

3. Printable pdf workbooks are included in the class fee, so no additional
    purchase will be necessary

Study Group

Our Workshops Are Perfect For

- Current high school juniors and seniors who want to understand the differences between 504/IEP accommodations and college level learning, residential, and mental health supports 

- Neurodiverse students who want to gain knowledge to help create a strong start to their college experience or upcoming semester

- Parents & supporters alongside their student to provide additional support
and knowledge about the academic and residential accommodation process in college