Category: Higher Education

Planning and Time Management Tools and Advice for College Students

Elizabeth Hamblet has many years of working with college students.  She has specialized in working students with learning disabilities and ADHD.  However, her tips and strategies are relevant for all kinds of learners. Hamblet has tips for time management, effective reading, weekly goal setting, getting a good start to the semester, and more. Visit "Planning … Continue reading Planning and Time Management Tools and Advice for College Students

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Helping your student with disabilities prepare for the future

An article in the Conversation (July 25. 2017) by Dr. Joseph Madaus offers sound advice for students with disabilities and their parents.  The article text is reproduced below under a Creative Commons — Attribution/No derivatives license. Summer is a busy time for high school juniors.  They are getting ready to say goodbye to school as … Continue reading Helping your student with disabilities prepare for the future

Resources for Pregnant and Parenting Students

Pregnancy itself is not a disability, but many of its complications and side effects can be under the ADAAA. Pregnant women are also protected from discrimination by Title IX even when a pregnancy produces no complications. Schools must treat pregnant students in the same way that they treat similarly situated students. Thus, any special services … Continue reading Resources for Pregnant and Parenting Students

DREAM Shares Advice for College Students with Disabilities

DREAM (Disability Rights, Education Activism, and Mentoring),  is a national organization for and by college students with disabilities. DREAM is open to higher education students of all types, including graduate students, part-time students, and those who are auditing higher education courses.  It is open to students of all ages with any kind of disability. DREAM … Continue reading DREAM Shares Advice for College Students with Disabilities

Don’t Have ADHD? Meds Won’t Improve Grades

The National Resource Center on ADHD (NRCA)** August 17, 2017 ADHD Weekly,  reports that the rumored effects of taking stimulant medication as a as a study or test-taking aid in their quest for higher grades is a false promise. According to researchers, these medications cannot be seen as improving academic achievement, instead, the medications address … Continue reading Don’t Have ADHD? Meds Won’t Improve Grades