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After the IEP: College Transition and Success Tips for Parents of Students with ADHD, Learning Disabilities, and Mental Health Conditions

Want to learn more about college accessibility for students with learning disabilities and ADHD, college mental health issues (hidden disabilities), and self-advocacy? Tune into Accessing College’s podcast, After The IEP! In this podcast, gain insight into how to navigate the higher education system as a student with a hidden disability, and learn insider tips on what you need to know during the college search process to make the best choice. Learn the importance of building the skills needed for personal and academic success, self-advocacy, and personal wellness. Tune in today and get the information you need for the success you want! Unstress your success!

Jun 28, 2023

Now that graduation is near or over, how do you use the summer months to prepare to request accommodations for college? in this episode of "After The IEP," I’ll unveil the secrets to optimizing your college transition through effective summer preparation planning for disability accommodations. If you’re an advocate...


Jun 21, 2023

Off the heals of last weeks episode about self-care, comes this episode about how to support your college bound child with ADHD, now and during the college transition. What do you need to focus on, no pun intended? What skills do you need to help them develop? What are their strengths, how do they leverage them, and...


Jun 14, 2023

Today I dive deep into the world of self-care for parents of college-bound students with hidden disabilities. It can be overwhelming and cumbersome at times. In today's episode, we unveil powerful strategies to help you navigate this unique journey. Stay tuned for insights that will up your parenting game and...


Jun 7, 2023

In today's episode, we're diving deep into the consequences of not asking for accommodations.

Picture this: your college-bound student with a hidden disability does not want to ask for accommodations. BUT do they know the consequences of this choice? And do they know what to potential benefits would be if they did seek...