Here is a list of online resources that you may want to check out!

Independent Living:

Skill Building -

Time Management-


Community Colleges:

College Bound Information

College Health Services Information:
  • George Washington University
  • ICHP-Talking to Your Doctor - Institute for Child Health Policy website (based at the University of Florida) that discusses health care transition for young adults with chronic health issues. Contains a video on how to talk to your doctor and advocate for yourself

Legislation and Legal Rights:

Additional Book References:

  • For parents and students: Bringing Out the Best in People: How to Enjoy Helping Others Excel. This one is recommended especially for parents because it talks about how to be a great motivator
  • For the students and the parents: Do What You Are. Caution: This book does not take into consideration disability. Once you’ve learned what things you can do with your personality, take a look at the strengths and limitations that your disability entails.
  • For the students: The Friendship Factor. This talks about how to be a good friend. It can also help you be a more effective communicator when dealing with roommates.
  • The K&W Guide to Colleges for Students with Learning Disabilities
  • The Naked Roommate. This book offers solid advice on dealing with roommates, as well as a number of other issues you will encounter while you are in college.

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