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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!

Apr 24, 2024

Everything in college relates to mental health. Here are a few examples. Anxious college students don't study as well and don't remember as much for tests. Stressed students are not as productive and sometimes will put off assignments making stress worse. Depressed students may miss classes which causes secondary...

Apr 17, 2024

Today on the podcast, Rebecca King is joining me to talk all things heathy eating and changing your relationship with food to be healthier for those with ADHD. She is diagnosed with ADHD too. Here's what you'll learn on this episode:

What are some of the big issues around food and eating for those with ADHD? What is...

Apr 10, 2024

All the episodes this month are about mental wellness. You will hear me say it over and over again, 'mental health is the foundation upon which everything else is built." It's true. Yet, we all fall off this wagon and it seems harder to do. 

Truth is, it's simple but simple doesn't mean easy. So, how do we get our...

Apr 3, 2024

Does your student have a sense of perfectionism? Do they get their self-worth from achieving good grades? Are the involved in a lot of different things? DO they have a type A personality? If so, your student may not be doing as well as it looks on the outside. Your student may be suffering on the inside.