COLLEGE PLANNING FOR 10TH, 11TH, AND EARLY 12TH GRADE STUDENTS WITH LD/ADHD
Families who have teens with ADHD or learning disabilities may be unsure of how to start the college planning process, what options are available, or what support students might receive in college. College consultants help educate families about the transition from high school to college. Within our process, we take into consideration the unique needs of your child, including accommodations, support at home and at school, and details of their diagnoses to find colleges that provide the appropriate level and types of learning environments where your student will thrive.
The college search process for students with an LD/ADHD is often a dual process: Families must look at all of the academic, social, and financial fit factors as well as the disability services fit. There are many colleges and universities with a wide-range of supports and it is important for students to find the appropriate support for a successful college experience. Upon graduating from high school, your student can still enjoy one-on-one support from College Connectors.
College First-Year Coaching for Students with LD/ADHD
Mastering the independence, academic and social structures of the first year of college can be difficult for any college student, let alone for those that struggle with executive functioning or have to navigate extra systems to access accommodations. Individualized support during the first year of college often eases the transition and stress for families. Our College First-Year coaches can serve as those extra layers of accountability and support. A worthwhile investment!
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All of our College Connectors consultants are dedicated to providing personalized, hands-on college planning services to our students. To learn more about our college planning services, Contact Us to schedule a consultation.