Students enrolled in inclusive postsecondary college programs develop mastery and gain knowledge on a range of topics. They learn how to problem solve, collaborate, and take initiative. They develop leadership and communication skills. Yet, how do you demonstrate such competencies in the absence of formal certification or degree?
Think College Webinar
As students and their families look at college options, the question of how to pay for it is on everyone’s mind. No one solution is going to work for all students, so this webinar will share information on several funding options that students and families can explore, such as Vocational Rehabilitation, Medicaid, scholarships, federal student aid, Veteran’s benefits, and ABLE accounts. We will share details of each funding source and discuss the conditions under which available funding possibilities may be an option.
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Picking up where they left off, Kathy Becht & Dee Sapp will discuss what they thought they knew and what they learned on the fly while preparing their sons with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities to go to college. Topics covered will include relationships & free time, establishing routines, creating and using a schedule, transportation, and more.