ARTICLES FOR PARENTS

ARTICLES FOR PARENTS

TRANSITION

by Eve Kessler, Esq.
for Smart Kids with LD

When students with learning differences transition from high school to college, Section 504 and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) replace the IDEA as their source of legal protections. This ushers in a new standard for receiving Assistive Technology (AT) services: college students with disabilities must be provided with aids, benefits, or services that level the playing field and that provide them with an equal opportunity to achieve the same result or the same level of achievement as others.

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by Daria Rockholz, PhD, with Eve Kessler, Esq.
for Smart Kids with LD

Helping your child prepare for college involves more than just academic readiness. Encouraging the independence they’ll need to succeed begins in high school by having them assume greater responsibility for all facets of their life.

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by Eve Kessler, Esq.
for Smart Kids with LD

When looking for a college, it’s important to match the types of services needed with the services offered. Typically, colleges offer one of three levels of support.

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by Eve Kessler, Esq.
for Smart Kids with LD

Going from high school directly into college may not be the best choice for your child with learning challenges. Understanding and evaluating the alternatives can help put your young adult on a career path in line with her abilities, strengths, and maturity level.

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by Jacob Presson

When a student teacher returns to the preschool he once terrorized, a young child triggers memories of his struggles with ADHD.

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by Eve Kessler, Esq.
for Smart Kids with LD

College is not the only route to career success. Helping your non-college bound teen find his path is the specialty of Rick Fiery, co-founder of Inventive Labs. This article, based on Fiery’s ADDitude Magazine Expert Webinar, Encouraging Your Children to Find Their Own Paths, summarizes his strategy for helping teens find their way to a successful career.

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TRANSITION

by Eve Kessler, Esq.
for Smart Kids with LD

When students with learning differences transition from high school to college, Section 504 and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) replace the IDEA as their source of legal protections. This ushers in a new standard for receiving Assistive Technology (AT) services: college students with disabilities must be provided with aids, benefits, or services that level the playing field and that provide them with an equal opportunity to achieve the same result or the same level of achievement as others.

ARTICLE

by Daria Rockholz, PhD, with Eve Kessler, Esq.
for Smart Kids with LD

Helping your child prepare for college involves more than just academic readiness. Encouraging the independence they’ll need to succeed begins in high school by having them assume greater responsibility for all facets of their life.

ARTICLE

by Eve Kessler, Esq.
for Smart Kids with LD

When looking for a college, it’s important to match the types of services needed with the services offered. Typically, colleges offer one of three levels of support.

ARTICLE

by Eve Kessler, Esq.
for Smart Kids with LD

Going from high school directly into college may not be the best choice for your child with learning challenges. Understanding and evaluating the alternatives can help put your young adult on a career path in line with her abilities, strengths, and maturity level.

ARTICLE

by Jacob Presson

When a student teacher returns to the preschool he once terrorized, a young child triggers memories of his struggles with ADHD.

ARTICLE

by Eve Kessler, Esq.
for Smart Kids with LD

College is not the only route to career success. Helping your non-college bound teen find his path is the specialty of Rick Fiery, co-founder of Inventive Labs. This article, based on Fiery’s ADDitude Magazine Expert Webinar, Encouraging Your Children to Find Their Own Paths, summarizes his strategy for helping teens find their way to a successful career.

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