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Episode 28: Post-Secondary Education and Students with Disabilities

Wednesday, January 6, 2016

Resources

Post-Secondary Education and Students with Disabilities Resources

Transcripts

Episode 28 Transcript (PDF)

Speaker

Diana Katovitch, Taishoff Center on Inclusive Higher Education at Syracuse University

Description 

Back by popular demand, the “ADA Live!” Show: Post-Secondary Education and Students with Disabilities is being rebroadcast by the Southeast ADA Center. Students with disabilities, including those who have intellectual and developmental disabilities, don’t usually know about their opportunities in higher education, what accommodations are available, and how to request them. This episode discusses what students with disabilities and their families need to know about access to higher education and the kinds of supports and services that are available to them when they enter college or university, and also recommended resources to get you started in learning more about higher education and students with disabilities.

Featured Organization 

The Taishoff Center
The Taishoff Center is committed to inclusive higher educational opportunities for students with disabilities, particularly students with intellectual and developmental disabilities.  Partnered with Syracuse University, the Taishoff Center offers support, research, and training to individuals, families, and college campus communities looking for strategies to foster and support college students with disabilities. The Center also provides information on students’ rights in higher education, universal course design, disability specific accommodation, and other disability resources. For more information, call 315-443-1288 (voice).