PRINTABLE eGUIDE: Questions You Should Ask a College’s Office of Student Disability Services
It’s never too early to talk to a college's Office of Student Disability Services— especially for a school your child is very interested in attending. The earlier the better to get ALL the information you need to make informed decisions. The last thing you want is for your child to be so excited to apply to a school and you find out after they hit “send” on the application that the school doesn’t offer the services they need. In fact, when my son and I were visiting colleges, he would go on a tour of the school, and I would head straight to the DSO to get ALL my questions answered.
This printable, easy-to-use workbook is loaded with GUIDED QUESTIONS and space to take notes. It's designed specifically to help parents get A's to their Q's so they can prepare their students for college and take advantage of all the resources offered.
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