Collaborative Solutions for Complex Problems: Preventing Disability Complaints on Your Campus
During this session, a novel conceptual framework will be introduced, providing tools to promote efficient and effective delivery of disability services and in other areas of student affairs. The framework considers achievement, self-advocacy and socialization skills, institutional policy and campus cultural attitudes. Presenters will use a case study model to demonstrate how collaboration in student support - consisting of faculty, disability services, senior administration and parents/guardians-provides a best-practice approach to service delivery.
Additional registration required
Sunday, March 4
9:00 am to 12:00 pm
Neal Lipsitz , Associate Dean for Student Development, College of the Holy Cross
Eileen Berger , Assistant Director of the Office of Student Affairs and Head of Access and Disability Services, Harvard University Graduate School of Education
Michael Berger , Associate Professor of Chemistry, Simmons College