Colleges with Support Services

29 Mar 2017

Learning differences do not need to stand in the way of a student’s pursuit of a college education. Increasingly, students with IEPs and 504 plans are participating in a range of programs that support students as they transition into and throughout college. Whether a student has ADHD, intellectual disabilities, autism, dyslexia, or other disability, post-secondary programs exist to prepare them for meaningful careers and independence.

About the Presenters:

Paul Ribeiro, Director of Guidance, Darien High School, will moderate a panel that will include representatives from a range of colleges. They will share details about available academic, social, and living supports. Panelists include:

Wesleyan University Laura J. Patey, M. Ed., Associate Dean for Student Academic Resources

University of Connecticut Lindsay Morales, M.A., Strategy Instructor, Center for Students with Disabilities

Mitchell College Jacqueline Jewett, Director of Individualized Services, Director of Thames Academy

Fairleigh Dickinson University William N. Presutti, MS, Florham Campus Director of the Regional Center, Adjunct Instructor in the Learning Disabilities Program

Darien SEPAC, DHSPA, Darien Public Schools, and Darien Library are sponsoring this evening program.


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