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Video: What LD Students Need to Succeed in College

Video: What LD Students Need to Succeed in College

Did you miss the Learning Disabilities Association of NJ virtual conference on Life and High School and Beyond? Here's the video recording of our presentation, What LD Students Need to Succeed in College, where I discuss college readiness, gap year options,...

Cigna Seminar on Autism and College

Cigna Seminar on Autism and College

  Did you miss our recent presentation for Cigna on autism and college? You can access the slides on the Cigna seminar page and listen to the audio recording here. We discuss college readiness, accommodations, support programs and much more! And don't miss our...

We are grateful to Open Door Education for sponsoring this webinar, College Transition for Students with Learning Differences. In this live presentation, we discussed college readiness, accommodations and supports. You can view the recording here. Password:7C%s=9zB ...

Well Done, Students!

Well Done, Students!

Despite the challenges this year, we are so excited about the opportunities that lie ahead for our students, thanks to their diligent efforts. Coming from both public and private schools in the U.S. and U.K., our students (including several with disabilities) have...

Video: Colleges and Programs for Students with Learning Differences

Video: Colleges and Programs for Students with Learning Differences

For students with special needs such as ADHD, learning differences or autism, the transition from high school to college can be a challenge. This video covers the basics of college readiness, supports and accommodations, as well as some of the options for higher...

5 Signs That a College is LGBTQ-Friendly

5 Signs That a College is LGBTQ-Friendly

So you're starting to think about college. Of course, it can help to look at factors such as a school's available majors, size, and location. But you may also want to know which colleges are most inclusive for LGBTQ students. Good news: lots of colleges are...

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