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College: Finding a Good Fit for the Student who Learns Differently with Judy Bass, CEP

  • Miller Library 9421 Frederick Road Ellicott City, MD, 21042 United States (map)

In this presentation, participants will learn about the wide range of support available on college campuses today, including social support, professional tutoring, assistive technology, and ADHD coaching, and how to evaluate the quality of the learning support. Specific colleges will be mentioned as examples of the above. Participants will be provided with helpful strategies to ensure a smooth transition to college. Applying for ACT/SAT accommodations and psychoeducational testing requirements will also be addressed. The presentation will conclude with a 15 minute question and answer period to address any issues not discussed or that need further clarification.

Judith S. Bass, CEP is a nationally recognized expert in the field of college placement for students with learning differences and attention disorders. Ms. Bass is the founder of Bass Educational Services, LLC, an educational consulting firm that provides comprehensive college planning and K-12 school placements for students with learning differences and ADHD. Ms. Bass has been active in the field of education for 35 years as an educator, tutor, admissions counselor, and educational consultant. She received her undergraduate degree in Spanish and Education from Stony Brook University, earned a Graduate Level Certificate in College Counseling from UCLA and has earned the credential of Certified Educational Planner. Ms. Bass is a frequent presenter at national and regional conferences as well as to parent groups throughout the United States.

Meetings always begin at 7pm but you are free to come and chat after 6:30. We must end meetings promptly at 8:30 pm due to library closing schedule and the need to put all chairs and tables back.

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No fee for members. $5 for all others.

Later Event: November 14