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Preparing for a Big Transition: How Parents Can Support Their Students’ Mental Health
The transition from high school to college is an important rite of passage in any person’s life—with it comes a whole new set of opportunities and challenges as your student adjusts to a more independent lifestyle. As a parent, you will also be going through a period...
Female Students with ADHD: How IECS Can Help
by Eric Endlich, Ph.D.|Originally published Jul 31, 2021| ADHD, College special accommodations, High school students, LD, Parenting, Special needs accommodations in college for LD with Sharon Saline, Psy.D. Nia had been so excited to go to college. She’d been...
Financial Basics for College-bound Students
As your student embarks on their first year of college, you’ve helped to prepare them with the necessary tools for their transition into a more independent lifestyle. One of the most important skills to develop during this transitional period is financial literacy....
Time to Decide
After months and even years of researching colleges and programs, submitting applications, and receiving acceptances, the moment has almost arrived: it’s almost time for your child to decide which college they will officially be attending! As they make this exciting...
The Wait is Almost Over
Part of the college application process is acclimating to a new glossary of terms and acronyms, some of which are more intuitive than others. As we move into the final part of the application cycle and seniors start to hear back from the schools to which they applied,...
How Extended Family Can Help
Sending a student off to college is a team effort: your child’s success is a result of their own hard work, but they’ve received help along the way from teachers, parents, counselors, and extended family members. This help comes in the form of emotional support,...
Leveraging Team Work
Considered to be one of the essential 21st century skills, teamwork is programmed into most colleges and fields of study as part of blended learning. At a recent (pre-Covid) presentation at UNH, I was inspired by the Director of Admissions when he described the role...
Parental Support Gives Students Wings
Parents want their students to succeed in college. This is a simple yet loaded sentence. How each family defines success is as individual as each student. With this in mind, we lay out the college discovery process with three pillars to consider: academic fit,...
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