This presentation provides information for teachers, students, and parents about transitioning to college life.
DREAM: Disability Rights, Education, Activism, and Mentoring
DREAM (Disability Rights, Education Activism, and Mentoring) is a national organization for and by college students with disabilities, supported in our work by our sponsoring organization, the National Center for College Students with Disabilities (NCCSD) and based at the Association on Higher Education And Disability (AHEAD).
Campus Life/College Living
The module goal is to provide information about 3 key aspects of campus life and college living that are particular to the college environment and to establishing the self as a separate person from one’s nuclear family.
FCIHE Problem Solving Reference Sheet and Blueprint for Next Steps
This document in conjunction with the corresponding reference sheet are tools for helping students, families, teachers, and school district personnel determine what is needed to help prepare students with intellectual disability for college.
Campus Life: Joining Clubs and Organizations
Provide college students with disabilities knowledge and resources regarding campus club and organizational membership.
Bull Buds: Making a Difference
Article about student organizaton seeking to connect USFSP students with their campus and community.
Social Media - The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly
The purpose of this presentation is to provide a basic overview on the 3 most popular social media tools available in the market, identify some of the do’s and don’ts if joining any of these sites, and providing the audience with case scenarios in order to identify some of the dangers that can come along with the use of social media today.
Glenda's Assistive Technology Information and more…
The mission of this blog is to serve as a voice of a constant researcher in the field of educational and assistive technologies so that the best products, strategies and services may be located easily, in hopes that they will then be delivered, taught and used to better the lives of people with disabilities.
Best Practices from Lynn University: Choice, Voice and Possible Selves
This Hartwick Symposium session captures how the ACCESS Program at Lynn University has integrated with the campus and supported each ACCESS student on their own personal journey to attain maximum potential as workers, learners and people.