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As the mother of a son with cerebral palsy and founder of the website, Disability Friendly Colleges, the author offers hard-won insight into planning for college, what to expect, finding a school, preparing for college life, academic achievement, and personal concerns and services in six well-organized chapters, each of which incorporates the first-hand experiences of four students with different disabilities.
Chris Wise Tiedemann's interest in physical disability-friendly colleges was sparked when her son, a student with cerebral palsy, began the college application process. Finding little information available, she created the popular website disabilityfriendlycolleges.com in 2009. Chris is a freelance writer and editor from Atlanta with 35 years of experience.
This is an excellent resource for high school students and parents who are seeking post secondary educational settings for those who have significant physical disabilities. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Wanda K. Brady
This book is a great step-by-step, easy-to-read guide for anyone who has a physical disability and is thinking about going to college or anyone with a child who has a physical... Read morePublished on March 20, 2012 by Emily