For special needs high school students on their way to college, there’s no better time than the present to go over the independent learning skills they’ll need to be successful at the next level.
Below are some helpful hints and tips from us here at Diversified Supportive Services, on how to seamlessly transition into higher education.
- Talk It Out
Make an appointment for your child and a specialist for Disability Care in Pennsylvania to discuss the academic and social differences your child can expect in college. Ask for ways you can help your child prepare for these challenges.
- Take Your Child Out for a Spin
Try enrolling your child in a community college class to help him/her build awareness of post-secondary expectations. This can also help you and your child identify the types of resources and accommodations required to ensure success.
- Get Assistance from the Right People
Getting assistance from licensed and equipped Home Healthcare Agencies in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania is a great way to ensure that your child’s needs and requirements will be appropriately met when he/she steps into college.
Whether it’s Mental Health Care or other special needs educational resources that your child needs, you can rest assured that we will have your back!
Contact us today to learn more about our services.