How to Plan for, Apply, and Get into College
- Work Smarter, Not Harder: Developing a Strategic Mindset in High School for College
- What is a Parent to Do? The Parents' Roles in College Planning for Children with Learning Disabilities
How to Make the Decision
How to Stay in College
- I'm In, I'm Going, Now What? Practical Advice for College Bound Students with Learning Disabilities
- Campus “Access-ability”
Just for Parents
Disability and the Law
More on College
The following articles are on the LDW® Member's Site.
- Packing for College: What the Student with LD Shouldn’t Bother Packing
- College:It's all in the Planning
- Building Blocks of the Application Process
- About College
Must Have Resources for College Success
- Transitional Skills for Post Secondary Success... Reflections for Students with Learning Disabilities
A thorough, extensive resource for parents and students with learning disabilities, this book will help students make the transition from high school to the college campus. It is a road map for making that transition, and for the college years that follow, a success.
- Many Shades of Success: Other Views of Post-Secondary Options
The transition of moving from the relative "cocoon" of high school to the world of work or a post-secondary placement can be overwhelming for a youth with LD. This book can help.