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Elizabeth C Hamblet

Elizabeth Hamblet uses her professional experience and training to help educate a variety of audiences – students with disabilities and their parents, high school professionals, and college disability services professionals.

High School to College
Elizabeth’s first book, 7 Steps for Success: High School to College Transition Strategies for Students with Disabilities, was so popular that she was asked to update it.  The second edition has been updated and so enhanced that it was given a new title to reflect how much new content is in it.  Like the first edition, From High School to College: Steps to Success for Students With Disabilities was written for students with disabilities and any family members or professionals who work with them on transition to college. It provides a thorough overview of the college disability services process, discusses the research on what makes students with disabilities successful at college, offers advice from college advisors on applying to schools, and shares the voices of students who have already made the transition.  This new edition also features admissions advice from deans at several colleges and insights from college disability services directors, high school transition specialists, current college students with disabilities,

Read praise for Elizabeth’s newest edition from Dr. Edward (Ned) Hallowell and Kyle Redford and pre-order the book here.

Transitioning to College - cover

For a more concise reference, Elizabeth has also authored a laminated guide, Transitioning to College – A Guide for Students with Disabilities, available from National Professional Resources. the transition.

Attention Magazine - What students with ADHD and their parents should know about college

Elizabeth’s writings on transition have been published in several national journals, including Teaching Exceptional Children, NASP Communique, and the Journal of College Admission. On the Articles page, you can see a full listing of Elizabeth’s published works and download free copies where copyright agreements allow for this.