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Sunday, September 19, 2010


Liz Ditz

Also please read A Regular Mom, Shannon Rosa's report on our lunch & Laura's book.


Liz here -- I don't usually allow comments selling a product, but this might be of use to readers

College Living for Students with Learning Disabilities, Executive functioning Deficits, Autism Spectrum Disorders (including Autism, Aspergers, and PDD-NOS)

For students with special needs, life after high school is full of possibilities, including college.

Finding the right college program for students with autism spectrum disorders, Asperger’s, nonverbal learning disorder, ADD/ADHD and other learning disabilities is vital for a college student’s transition into independent adulthood. The right program should provide support for each student’s unique needs and goals.

With the help of New Directions, young adults with learning disabilities are experiencing independence for the first time in their lives. Some of our clients pursue collegiate endeavors and some pursue vocational training/tracks. New Directions helps students attend universities, community colleges, and technical and vocational schools.

For more information, go to or call 954-571-5102 to contact Dr. Drew Rubin, Ph.D.


I will be giving away my complimentary copy of A Regular Guy on my blog in late November.

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