Join us Monday, October 6, 2014 for “College Planning…”

Get Ready: College Planning, Preparation, and Placement with your Twice Exceptional Student

with Joan Wittancentral park

Note change in location for this meeting only to East Columbia Library. The address is 6600 Cradlerock Way, Columbia, MD 21045

If you are starting to think about college, you are probably asking many questions. How do you help your son or daughter prepare for college? What supports and services will be available? How do you find the right fit for your student’s needs? Join us for answers and frank discussion as we review the college planning, preparation, and placement process. We’ll focus on essential skills for college success, improving college readiness, the types of accommodations and services for standardized testing and college, and finding the “right fit”. Whether your student is just entering high school or starting senior year, there is much you can do to promote college transition and success skills.The College Consulting Collaborative (Joan Wittan, Sue Cook Christakos, Kyle Kane and Lori Vise) is a partnership of independent educational consultants who work with students who have a wide variety of learning differences. They love the challenge of finding and building on their students’ strengths and maximizing their potential. They have expertise in language-based learning differences, GTLD students, autism spectrum disorders, NLD, accommodations and adaptations, fostering college readiness, and assistive technology. Visit their website at Wittan loves working with students who learn differently and embraces the challenge building on their strengths to develop college readiness skills. She has expertise in gifted and talented students with learning disabilities (GTLD), accommodations, and assistive technology. She has chaired the Independent Educational Consultants Association’s LD Committee and served for many years on multiple initiatives through Montgomery County Public Schools, The Barker Foundation Adoption Agency, and as President of the GTLD Network.