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Are you an adult with learning disabilities (LD) or dyslexia? Do you often feel invisible in your everyday life because no one understands you? Have you been told you have LD—but don’t know what that means? Do you work with, teach, or live with someone who has LD? If so, these podcasts are for you! Each episode is full of practical, free tips and tricks to challenge and inspire you. We’ll share laughs, stories, and ideas that you can use today in your own life. I’m a professor who has been d ...
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Discover the secrets to college transition, disability accommodations, and academic success for students with learning disabilities, ADHD, and mental health conditions. Join Dan Jordan, a current therapist at a university and former accessibility coordinator for over a decade, as he provides weekly insider tips and insights to improve your student’s self-advocacy, academic achievement, and personal wellness. Get the essential information you need to navigate the college journey from start to ...
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The Learning Disabilities Podcast Network is brought to you by Dotterer Educational Consulting, a Therapy Services, LLC, and Minds on Math, LLC. We focus on dyslexia, dysgraphia, dyscalculia, and ADHD. Enclosed are excerpts from the shows on our network. Current shows include: The Writing Glitch and Tier 1 Interventions We also share sample Hear Me Teach segments. A complete package of these segments is included at Tier 1 Interventions Workshops. We offer a discount to get started to hear th ...
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The IEP process and the world of special education can be confusing and overwhelming for parents, teachers, and students, alike. But it doesn’t have to be! Learning Essentials has teamed up with experts to give you valuable insights into the IEP process and the world of special education —and it’s free! Join Wendy Taylor, M.Ed., ET/P as she hosts educators, psychologists, and other medical providers who provide pro tips on what to ask, what to bring, and what to take away from your next spec ...
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Being prepared and preparing your student for college are shared goals. The better they are prepared, the less regret you have and possibly less stress. How do you get your senior with a hidden disability prepared to make the shift to college? For students with ADHD, learning disabilities, dyslexia, and mental health conditions, there is a lot more…
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In the final episode of their parenting series, Laurie and Abbey chat with Sarah, who discusses her daughter Alyssa's struggles with math, which began in elementary school and persisted despite her excelling in other subjects. Sarah recounts how Alyssa was initially denied appropriate support and faced dismissive attitudes from teachers, which hind…
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There's a lot with college transition. As a parent who's done this twice already, I can tell you that there are always things you wish you did or said differently. Yep, I've been on a college campus for a minute for sure, but that does not mean I did everything right. I made mistakes. Not happy about it, but I get to pass on my experiences and less…
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Guide your teen from high school to college with these 10 episodes. I have 10 of the most important podcast episodes all to help you and your student. It's a list of the college transition essential informaiton. For students with hidden disabilities, it can be a game changer. I can guarantee this information was not in your IEP or 504 plan or trans…
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Dad's you have a special role to play in your student's college journey and self-advocacy. It's unlike any other role because your connection to your student is uniqe and special. What you bring to the plate is needed for your student's college success and a better college transition. Student's with disabilites like ADHD, learning disabilities, and…
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In this episode, Laurie and Abbey continue their new series called "Turning Struggles and Triumphs: Parenting through Learning Challenges." In this next episode, Laurie has a conversation with a guest named Heather Brown, whose daughter Cambri faced learning difficulties from a young age. Heather recounts Cambri's journey, starting with observation…
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May is all about getting ready before graduation. Today is about the three things you and your student need to do before they graduate. For students with hidden disabilities like ADHD, learning disabilities, and mental helath conditions, there's a bit more to do before college starts. What are those three things and how do they help with college tr…
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Getting prepared for college is a huge task. Theres's not just the parctical stuff like bedding, snacks, food, mini-fridge etc. There is also the adult topics to discuss. As a parent of a college student, these topics are critical to have. Why? No regrets. None at all. Even if something happens, which I pray it doesn't, at least you know, as a pare…
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In this episode, Laurie and Abbey continue their new series called "Turning Struggles and Triumphs: Parenting through Learning Challenges." In this next episode, Laurie has a conversation with a guest named Rachel Rakunas, who shares her experience raising a child with learning differences. Rachel discusses her son's struggles, beginning with diffi…
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This is the second in a series this month all about copllege transition tips for parents and getting prepared. College transition is hard especially for students with ADHD, learning disabilities, and mental health conditions. Getting disability accommodations is vital as well as maintaining time management and mental wellbeing. What if something go…
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Alex Williams of The Anxiety Institute walks us through ALL of the essentials when it comes to navigating the complex world of mental health services. You won’t want to miss this conversation and all the wonderful and informative ways that Alex shares her expertise and knowledge with us! Discover more about mental health services in this episode. M…
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accessingcollege.com/college-success-revealing-the-top-3-areas-you-need-to-know/May is College Prep month and I’m kicking it off with an episode to help guide you and your student. If you could only pick three things that would make every student with a hidden disability successful in college, what three things would you pick? If you’ve listened to…
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Ashley Barlow, a special education attorney based in Kentucky, joins Wendy Taylor on the podcast. Ashley brings a unique perspective to the discussion, drawing from her experience as a teacher, attorney, parent of a child with Down syndrome, and someone with a physical disability. Main Discussion Points: Free and Appropriate Education Under IDEA: E…
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In this episode, Laurie and Abbey continue their new series called "Turning Struggles and Triumphs: Parenting through Learning Challenges." In this next episode, Laurie has a conversation with a guest named Kelsey Talley. She shares her journey with her daughter Reagan, who recently received a diagnosis of ADHD. Drawing from her experience with her…
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Everything in college relates to mental health. Here are a few examples. Anxious college students don't study as well and don't remember as much for tests. Stressed students are not as productive and sometimes will put off assignments making stress worse. Depressed students may miss classes which causes secondary anxiety and worry about the work th…
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In this episode of The Special Ed Strategist, we delve into the invaluable role of organizational systems and collaborative partnerships in navigating the complexities of the special education system. Author and advocate Kelley Coleman joins us to share her insights and strategies for parents seeking to streamline their journey and advocate effecti…
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This short is part of episode 6, Tier 1 Interventions Podcast. Join us for our next live event on April 20, 2024, or the 3rd Saturday of the month (school year - no live events in June, July, and August) https://disabilitylabs.com/courses/tier-1-interventions-workshops?coupon=T1Ipodcast2024 Get 2.5 contact hours. Start for $17 Cheri Dotterer discus…
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In a bonus episode, Laurie and Abbey discuss summer camps, chatting with both Karl Oppenheimer from Camp Dunnabeck and Ilana Stoch from Camp Kodiak. They hear how both camps are excellent summer options for students with learning disabilities.Resources: Camp Dunnabeck: https://www.kildonan.org/camp-dunnabeck/Camp Kodiak: https://www.campkodiak.comL…
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This short is part of episode 6, Tier 1 Interventions Podcast. Join us for our next live event on April 20, 2024, or the 3rd Saturday of the month (school year - no live events in June, July, and August) https://disabilitylabs.com/courses/tier-1-interventions-workshops?coupon=T1Ipodcast2024 Get 2.5 contact hours. Start for $17 That's true because t…
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This short is part of episode 6, Tier 1 Interventions Podcast. Join us for our next live event on April 20, 2024, or the 3rd Saturday of the month (school year - no live events in June, July, and August) https://disabilitylabs.com/courses/tier-1-interventions-workshops?coupon=T1Ipodcast2024 Get 2.5 contact hours. Start for $17 Cheri walked us throu…
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This short is part of episode 6, Tier 1 Interventions Podcast. Join us for our next live event on April 20, 2024, or the 3rd Saturday of the month (school year - no live events in June, July, and August) Tier 1 Interventions Workshop Get 2.5 contact hours. Start for $17 It gives you some guidance on thinking spontaneously and having your toolbox. W…
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This short is part of episode 6, Tier 1 Interventions Podcast. Join us for our next live event on April 20, 2024, or the 3rd Saturday of the month (school year - no live events in June, July, and August) https://disabilitylabs.com/courses/tier-1-interventions-workshops?coupon=T1Ipodcast2024 Get 2.5 contact hours. Start for $17 It gives you some gui…
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Today on the podcast, Rebecca King is joining me to talk all things heathy eating and changing your relationship with food to be healthier for those with ADHD. She is diagnosed with ADHD too. Here's what you'll learn on this episode: What are some of the big issues around food and eating for those with ADHD? What is intuitive eating? How does this …
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Follow along with Wendy today as she covers the four P's to IEP's! Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/learningessentials/ LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/wendy-taylor-7106b6a6/ Website: www.LearningEssentialsEDU.com Review Podcast - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-special-ed-strategist-podcast-with-wendy-taylor-m-ed-et-p/id16399…
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In this episode, Laurie and Abbey they take a break from their parenting series to discuss summer programs, featuring a special guest, Melody O'Neil, from Landmark School in Massachusetts. The school offers comprehensive summer programs for students entering grades 2 through 12, focusing on literacy, math, study skills, and executive function.Resou…
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All the episodes this month are about mental wellness. You will hear me say it over and over again, 'mental health is the foundation upon which everything else is built." It's true. Yet, we all fall off this wagon and it seems harder to do. Truth is, it's simple but simple doesn't mean easy. So, how do we get our student to buy into it and incorpor…
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In this episode, Dr. Matt Zakreski joins Wendy Taylor to discuss effective ways parents can support their gifted or twice-exceptional children. Dr. Matt emphasizes the importance of proactive skill-building and future planning, encouraging parents to take action from where they are now. He also explores the concept of asynchrony in gifted children'…
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Does your student have a sense of perfectionism? Do they get their self-worth from achieving good grades? Are the involved in a lot of different things? DO they have a type A personality? If so, your student may not be doing as well as it looks on the outside. Your student may be suffering on the inside. Overachievers succeed which can mask the pai…
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In this episode, Laurie hosts solo during the CEC (Council for Exceptional Children) Convention in San Antonio, engaging with guests like Jeanetta Bryant from Abilities Workshop, Michelle from Ta-Da! Languages, and Ilana from Camp Kodiak.Resources: Abilities Workshop: https://www.abilitiesworkshop.comTa-Da! Languages: https://www.tadalanguages.comC…
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This podcast will help parents answer the question, "Does my student need a new evaluation and college?" I'll give you a 3 step process to help you determine the best answer to this important question for you and your student's cicumstances. Here are the links to the programs to help you and your student have a successful college transition and mak…
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In this episode of "The Special Ed Strategist," host Wendy Taylor explores the vital collaboration between special education and general education teachers in supporting students with unique learning needs. Joined by guest Rebekah Poe, an expert with experience in both realms, they delve into the significance of teamwork, parental empowerment in th…
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Join me for a special podcast episode. I am covering a topic that is not often explored in disability circles, scholarships. I’m talking with Kara Walker and college scholarship expert on all things scholarships. Kara will walk us through the process of finding scholarships and the scholarship iceberg. She will answer the question, do students with…
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Introduction: Emotional regulation and executive function skills are crucial for overall well-being and success in life. These skills impact various aspects of life, including academic, social, and personal domains. Emotional Regulation: Involves managing stress, controlling impulses, and adapting to changing emotional situations. Challenges in emo…
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In this episode, Laurie and Abbey continue their new series called "Turning Struggles and Triumphs: Parenting through Learning Challenges." In this next episode, Abbey has a conversation with a guest named Katie, who has three children with learning differences. Katie shares her experiences with her eldest son, who was diagnosed with dyslexia and A…
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Dive deeper into the world of college services for students with learning disabilities, dyslexia, mental health conditions, and ADHD. There are a lot of services for every student at college. Which services does you student need to consider? And how do you factor college services into your student’s school choice? In this episode, learn how to help…
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In this episode, we're diving into the vital role of speech-language pathologists (SLPs) in schools. Join us as we chat with Hallie Sherman, a seasoned SLP with 16 years of experience in public schools, about the impact SLPs have on students' academic success. Discussion Highlights: Hallie's background and journey to becoming an SLP. The varied set…
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In this episode of After the IEP, we tackle a crucial concern for parents and students alike – choosing the right college for individuals with disabilities. Navigating the complexities of college selection can be daunting, especially when it comes to accommodating specific needs. Join us as we discuss the importance of finding a college that aligns…
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Have you ever received a school report or evaluation related to your kiddo's IEP and thought "that's not quite right"? Well, today Wendy walks you through all the right ways to: Collaborate with the school team Maximize outcomes when you disagree Appropriately approach the IEP team with questions Stay a team player with the entire IEP team, finding…
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In this lively discussion from the Learning Disability Association (LDA) Conference in Orlando, Laurie and Abbey interview three guests: Polly from Legi-Liner, Jennifer from Syllables Learning Center, and Tim and Lindsay from OrCam. They share great insights into innovative tools and approaches for individuals with learning disabilities.Resources: …
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In this insightful episode, we review self-advocacy examples that foster self-advocacy in college-bound students. Through the "I do, we do, you do" model, discover how to gradually empower them to self-advocate effectively. From scheduling their own appointments with healthcare professionals to handling takeout orders and picking up prescriptions (…
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Guest: Annie Tulkin, MS, Founder and Director of Accessible College Transitioning from high school to college can be a challenging process for any student, but it becomes even more complex for students with disabilities. Our guest, Annie Tulkin, discusses the importance of finding the right college and the steps involved in ensuring that students w…
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In this podcast episode, we answer the question: Whay self-advocacy is important? This is a pivotal question for self-advocacy for college students with disabilities. While self-advocacy is widely acknowledged and supported, how to develop self-advocacy is absent from K-12. In addition, self-advocacy's significance within higher education and beyon…
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In this episode, we uncover the essence of specialized instruction, what it truly means, and how it can transform your child's educational journey. Specialized Instruction Defined: Individualized: Personalized to address each student's unique needs and learning style. Differentiated: Modifying teaching methods, materials, and assessments to accommo…
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In this episode, Laurie and Abbey continue their new series called "Turning Struggles and Triumphs: Parenting through Learning Challenges." In this next episode, Laurie has a conversation with a guest named Jennifer, a mother of four children with learning disabilities, who shares her family's journey through diagnoses and coping strategies.Resourc…
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Unravel the complexities of college responsibilities in this episode! Gain valuable insights into managing daily tasks, notifying instructors, and optimizing accommodations for academic success. Learn how proactive communication and informed choices about accommodations impact the college journey. We explore the use of assistive technology, test ac…
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🔍 Understanding Dyscalculia: Dyscalculia as a lifelong neurodiversity: a condition impacting various aspects of life. Limited research compared to dyslexia highlights the need for increased awareness and understanding. 💪 Empowerment Through Support: Importance of early intervention: reducing anxiety and providing tools for self-advocacy. Navigating…
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Tune in to our latest episode, "How To Eliminate The Sunday Scaries For Good," where we dive into practical strategies to bid farewell to that looming feeling of anxiety before the week begins. Do you know a student caught in the grip of the Sunday scaries? Discover how a simple shift in perspective can reframe those feelings from anxiety to normal…
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