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Students with significant disabilities going to college? You bet! Students with a variety of support needs are being successful at two- and four-year colleges, and this webinar will describe how parents and educators can work to make post-secondary education a reality. Participants will take away eight strategies—beginning when students are in preschool!—for making college a reality after a student graduates from high school. Commentary from college students with significant disabilities will be shared in video clips from Think College!, a national organization dedicated to developing, expanding, and improving inclusive higher education options for people with intellectual disability.
About the Presenter: Dr. Cheryl Jorgensen is an inclusive education consultant in private practice who specializes in student-specific consultation, team professional development, school-wide systems change, policy advocacy, and writing related to students with disabilities. Prior to her independent work, Cheryl was a project director with the UNH Institute on Disability and assistant research professor in UNH’s Education Department for 26 years.
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