Advising Students with Disabilities Community

Members in this group seek to raise awareness of the legal and ethical responsibilities of institutions of higher education for the students with disabilities who attend institutions of higher education. It serves as a resource by providing models for administrators, faculty, and staff whose primary responsibility is providing advising services for students with disabilities. The community seeks to establish standards of good practice in such areas as protection of privacy, documentation of disability, and determination of reasonable accommodation. It maintains an e-mail list through NACADA and hopes to produce an advising manual.

 

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Online Discussions

Afternoon Tea Talk: Supporting Neurodiverse Students

Wednesday, April 21st 4:30 to 5:30 pm EST

Please join members of the Advising Students with Disabilities Community Steering Committee for a facilitated open conversation about supporting neurodiverse students through academic advising.  The goal of this virtual meet-up is for all of us to share our knowledge and experiences to assist each other. Register Now! 

Closed Captioning is available. Please contact Autumn Grant with questions.

 

Lunch and Learn

Autism Spectrum Disorders and Advising Students on the Spectrum
 

Presenter: Our featured guest for this inaugural session is Dr. Clarissa Barnes, Associate Professor of Special Education and Faculty Chair at Defiance College in Ohio. You can find out more about Dr. Barnes and her research and teaching interests on her faculty page.

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Autumn Grant

Wheaton College