Emily Iland, a Los Angeles award-winning author, advocate, and leader in the autism community, offers the third installment in the discussion about preparing college-bound students with special needs for post-secondary education before they leave high school.
Ms. Iland’s insights, based on experience with her own son and dozens of advocacy clients, are widely applicable to individuals on the autism spectrum as well as other special learning needs. The following article has valuable information for all parents of students with IEPs and/or ITPs, whether their child has a learning disability, ADHD or other learning problem requiring special education services.
The insider secrets about transition and community college
There is a well-kept secret that needs to be shared: Community College can be an excellent and FREE transition resource for students with autism and other disabilities while they are still in high school! Read more