GETTING IT RIGHT, FOR DIFFERENT LEARNERS

Accommodations and services are provided in a very different manner in colleges than they are in high schools. For most students, the changes may not be significant — unfortunately, others may find that the services and accommodations they were counting on are not readily available at the colleges they chose to attend.Elizabeth Hamblet

The bottom line is this: when navigating a student with disabilities through the college experience, you always need to be 100 percent certain that you are working with current and correct information.

As she did for an appreciative audience two years ago at RFH, noted expert Elizabeth C. Hamblet (right) will cut through the rumors and hype and deliver the facts at “Getting College Right: Preparing Students with Disabilities for the College World.”  This popular and highly anticipated event will be held in the RFH Lower Library (accessible from the rear entrance of the school building) on October 24, 2013 at 7 p.m.

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