Tag Archives: transitioning

Department of Education Releases New Transition Guide

The U.S. Department of Education, Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services,  has just released a new guide to assist students with disabilities transition from high school to postsecondary education and/or employment. The guide, “A Transition Guide to Postsecondary Education … Continue reading

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Punch-In – Resources for Young Adults Seeking Employment

Punch-In is a  project sponsored by the Great Lakes ADA Center. It is a free resource for young adults with disabilities preparing for and seeking employment. One of the many offerings on the site is a free, online course to … Continue reading

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8 Simple Ways Parents Can Teach Kids to Get Organized

Children and teens with ADHD and other learning difficulties typically have trouble with organization, time management, and transitioning to living independently. They need specific training on how to manage those skills, which are crucial for college and beyond. But, to … Continue reading

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Tips for Escaping “Transfer Shock”

If you enroll in a community or junior college, you may be planning to transfer to a four-year institution to continue your education or finish your degree. (Sometimes students that enroll in a four-year institution also change schools, transferring to … Continue reading

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Ways in Which College is Different From High School

FOLLOWING THE RULES IN HIGH SCHOOL CHOOSING RESPONSIBLY IN COLLEGE High school is mandatory and usually free. College is voluntary and expensive. Your time is structured by others. You manage your own time. You need permission to participate in extracurricular activities You must decide whether … Continue reading

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