Executive Function Workshop & Bridge Semester Open House
A special program for college students with learning disabilities, ADHD or ASD who are at risk academically.
Are you a college student experiencing difficulties with executive functions, or the self-management system of the brain? Do you have problems attending class regularly, regulating sleep and waking, keeping track of materials and commitments, studying effectively for tests and exams, and producing work on deadline, particularly academic papers?
If so, don’t miss Landmark College's Executive Function Workshop where you will:
- Identify the specific challenges you face in college and explore the underlying nature and causes of executive function difficulties
- Explore specific strategies for time management, studying, and academic writing that have proven to work in postsecondary settings
- Take away materials that detail specific strategies and a personal “plan for success” that you can put to work immediately
You’ll also attend our Bridge Semester Open House, where you’ll learn why visiting students who learn differently from leading colleges and universities nationwide enroll at Landmark College. Our Bridge Semester helps students develop essential learning strategies designed to prepare them to successfully return to their home college. Interested students may also schedule one-on-one meetings with our admissions staff. Spring 2013 classes begin January 29.
For students who are already planning to enroll at Landmark College for the spring Bridge Semester, this session will provide a foundation. For those considering Landmark College as part of their planning, the session will give an opportunity to learn more about the College and the services it offers, and also to start the admissions process. All participants will receive information that will be useful to them, whether they plan on returning to their home college or enrolling at Landmark College.