By Robert M. Tudisco, Esq. with Eve Kessler, Esq.
The transition from high school to college is a challenging one for most kids. All of a sudden responsibilities change and the need for independence increases: they are on their own,… Read the rest
Having a learning disability in college means dealing with a lot of stress. I made this list of all the aspects of my life that have to be managed to keep my stress level as low as possible. This is… Read the rest
For students with learning differences, the law recognizes that transition to adulthood may require specialized services to help them attain the skills and education they’ll need to succeed after high school.
The IDEA requires that transition planning must begin, at… Read the rest
Students with learning difficulties whose grades and test scores may not reflect their true abilities are often overlooked in the race for college scholarships. If that describes your child (or a child you know), check out the RiSE Scholarship Foundation,… Read the rest
As exciting as going off to college is, freshman year can also be challenging—especially for students with learning disabilities who have relied on school and parental support to help them navigate K-12. By taking time before summer ends to strategize… Read the rest