Helping Students with Disabilities Successfully Transition to College
See Elizabeth speak about college transition from anywhere in the world! Understood.org
  • See Elizabeth's Understood video chats on transition to college for students, common college accommodations, and answers to parents' questions about accommodations - Part I and Part II.
  • There is a lot of misinformation about how disability-related information can affect college admissions.  See Elizabeth's response to a question about whether colleges favor students on 504 plans rather than IEPs on Understood.org.
  • Education Week's series on transition features Elizabeth's thoughts on this topic.

Upcoming Presentations

  • Saturday, November 14, Future Quest, George Mason University, Fairfax, Virginia
  • Wednesday, December 2 (9:00 A.M.), Northern Highlands High School, Allendale, New Jersey
  • Wednesdays, December 2 (7:00 P.M.), Manalapan High School
  • Wednesday, April 13, CEC National Convention, St. Louis, Missouri

Helping Students with Learning Disabilities Transition from High School to College and Achieve Success as College Students

https://www.understood.org/en/community-events/experts-live-chats-webinars/2015/september/08/college-accommodations-students-need-to-know-abouthttps://www.understood.org/en/community-events/experts-live-chats-webinars/2015/august/04/college-accommodations-students-need-to-know-abouthttp://www.pbida.org/conferences/pbida-annual-conference/Elizabeth C Hamblet

Elizabeth C. Hamblet is a recognized author, speaker, and consultant who works to help students with disabilities make a successful transition to college. She offers advice, consultations, and presentations based on her professional experiences working both ends of the transition, as a high school special educator, and a college -level learning disabilities specialist.