The transition to college can be overwhelming for young adults, and even more so for those with executive functioning and self-advocacy challenges. The development of such skills is critical for success in college. This presentation will focus on the differences in skill set expectation between secondary and postsecondary education. Skill development related to being a successful student with a focus on executive functioning and self-advocacy skills, as well as the different tiers of supports available on college campuses, will be delineated.
Presented by: Samantha Feinman