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Understanding Accommodations in College

In this one session course learners will get an inside scoop on the laws in place for special education (504, IEP, Accommodations) between K-12 and College. I also offer single-course college prep courses.
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55 minutes
per class
Meets once
year olds
learners per class
per learner

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Live video chat, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
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Learners will improve their confidence when navigating the college possibilities and have resources to look for, questions to ask, and the peace of mind knowing that there are always answers and solutions if they are able to be curious, communicate, and be engaged in the post-secondary education! They will specifically learn the differences in the laws between K12 and post-secondary education regarding special education, accommodations, and other educational resources. They will learn their rights and how to advocate for themselves.
I am a social worker who has worked with and in higher education for 15 years. I have worked with community colleges, trade schools, private schools, and one of the top five largest universities in America. I continue to teach college courses and currently supervise one of the largest peer mentoring programs established to support first year students. Within my many hats in higher education I have also been a disability access consultant which means I have approved accommodations (similar to 504 & IEP) in colleges and advocated for students to ensure access to their educational rights. 
No homework pre or post. All the information taught in this session will be provided in a handout of the slides after the course is completed in order to have learners and their parents recall the information in the future. 
55 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
I will provide a handout and a copy of the slides at the end of the course. 


Thia Fuller
Lives in the United States
College Advocate & Mindfulness Certified Professor
1 completed class

About Me


My name is Thia Fuller and I am so excited about the opportunity to work with you! You may notice that my classes have two very unique spaces, college prep and mindfulness for kids. I am so grateful that Outschool is a space where I can... 
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