Tag Archives | Learning disabilities

Evaluating a College’s Learning Disabilities Services

How do you evaluate a college’s learning disability services? Today I’m sharing some questions that parents and students should ask when visiting a school (or contacting a disability office by phone.) Joy App, a college consultant in Houston, who was my source for my last post on learning disabilities, provided the questions that you’ll see […]

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Colleges for students with learning disabilitites

Does your teenager have a learning disability? If so, the whole college process might seem even more daunting. According to the U.S. Government Accountability Office, 11% of undergraduates have a disability and most of them are learning disabilities. With these parents in mind, I talked with Joy App, a college consultant in Houston, who has […]

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12 Questions to Ask About a College’s Disability Services

How do you evaluate a college’s learning disability services? In today’s blog post I’m sharing some questions that parents and students should ask when visiting a school (or contacting a disability office by phone.) Joy App, a college consultant in Houston, who was my source for yesterday’s post on learning disabilities, provided the questions that […]

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Getting Into College With Learning Disabilities

Today I’m quite pleased to share some valuable and hopeful advice for high school students who possess learning disabilities and are wondering how that will impact their college search. The expert suggestions come from David Montesano, a very smart admission strategist in Bellevue, WA, who operates College  Match Educational Consultants, which maintains multiple offices on […]

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