#NACACchat: Join Tomorrow’s Twitter Discussion

How can college admission professionals help students who have a disability transition to college? How can students advocate for themselves to access the resources they need?

Join NACAC’s Learning Differences Special Interest Group for a #NACACchat Twitter discussion on best practices for helping students transition to college with a disability, including how COVID-19 can impact this process.

The chat will take place Wednesday, Sept. 2 at 1 p.m. ET and will be led by @NACAC and members of the Learning Differences SIG.

Featured guests include:

  • Jill Corbin, director of college and transition counseling at Denver Academy and NACAC Learning Differences Special Interest Group Leader
  • Annie Tulkin, founder and director of Accessible College, where she provides college transition support for students with physical disabilities and health conditions nationally
  • Elizabeth C. Hamblet, college learning disabilities specialist at LDadvisory, which provides advice on college topics for students with learning disabilities or ADHD.

More #NACACchat discussions are planned for the coming weeks.

NACAC Research Associate Cameron Hair welcomes comments and story ideas at chair@nacacnet.org.

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