Join us for a new one-hour course designed to help parents of students with disabilities navigate the college process. Presented via Zoom by Margaret Keane, a ten-year higher education learning specialist and disability services administrator, these informative sessions are packed with insights.
Wish you had a crystal ball of what the transition to college will be like for your student and for you? Come find out! Geared toward parents of students with disabilities, this course will give an overview of the differences between high school and college expectations, including the accommodations process from documentation requirements to the initial interview to supporting students to identify and use the many resources available to them on campus. This workshop will also offer tips on executive functioning strategies that parents can share with their students to help them self-advocate and avoid common pitfalls as they learn to effectively navigate college life. Tuesday, April 13 at 7:00 p.m. REGISTER
Margaret Keane, M.A., is a long-time Larchmont/Mamaroneck resident. A passionate educator, Margaret has worked in the special education field for over a decade, including as a learning specialist and a college disability services administrator. Margaret is also the founder and owner of Keane on Learning, LLC, which provides one-to-one college transition and executive functioning support services for college and university students so that they can learn strategies that will help them thrive in their higher-education environments.