Presented by TransCen, Inc. and the Mid-Atlantic ADA Center
Students with chronic health and mental health conditions have unique needs and considerations when approaching the college search and selection process. When students graduate from high school and head to college, the law that governs accommodations shifts from IDEA to ADA. This shift also means a change in what is expected of students. This webinar will examine transition and explore:
- Disability statistics related to college
- The college search process and considerations for students with health conditions
- The college accommodations process and the student's role
- Emergent themes and questions that students and families have
We will also share two student experiences from Disability Rights, Education, Activism, and Mentoring (DREAM) board members, Val Irwin and Rebecca Eli-Long. They will speak to self-advocacy and self advocacy fatigue, support networks, and share resources for students.
- Annie Tulkin, Founder and Director of Accessible College
- Rebecca-Eli, Ph.D. student at Purdue University in the Department of Anthropology and Center on Aging and the Life Course
- Val Erwin, third-year Ph.D. student in Higher Education at Bowling Green State University
Please note: this webinar is open captioned.
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