This handout was created from the transcript from the Think College Virtual Support Group meeting held on May 1, 2020 for staff of college programs for students with intellectual disability. The...Read more
The purpose of this group is to give an opportunity to existing and potential inclusive postsecondary education programs and partners to discuss how and why these statewide alliances are important, how to maintain them, and more. Anyone working on any type of formal or informal state-level connection, proposing systems change through alliances and consortium, or those who are simply curious about how these alliances can work, are welcome.
An increasing number of states allow students with intellectual disability (ID) to use Medicaid Home and Community Based Services waivers to support participation in postsecondary education (PSE)...Read more
Colleges and universities use multiple means to meet their inclusive program costs, including state and federal funds, foundation monies, Medicaid waivers, vocational rehabilitation (VR) funds,...Read more