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Services

College Planning for Students with a Special Education Plan (IEP/504)

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Personalized planning includes but not limited to:
Review of all past and present SPED documents
Identify goals, search parameters, interests
Discuss and select courses/curriculum
Getting involved: volunteer, internship, summer opportunities
Development of a college list
Learning Disability level of support and guidance
Guidance on college tours planning
College Board exams accommodations
College freshman survival guide

Learning Difference Workshops

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Basic
  • LD in K-12 vs College – Topics cover: Student’s rights & responsibilities, Disability Center Faculty’s responsibilities, Differences between K-12 & College, College Accommodations/Services, College Board exams accommodations
  • Special Education Laws
  • 30 min separate counseling session with student
  • Guidebook on the workshop to take home
Plus
  • IEP – Topics cover: Eligibility, FAPE, Related Services, Least Restrictive Environment,
    Initiation & Assessments, The IEP Team, Accommodations & Modifications, Individualized Transition Plan, Due Process & Mediation, Parental Rights, IEP Goal Measurement
  • 504 Plan – Topics cover: Eligibility, Evaluation, 504 Team, Accommodations, Procedural Safeguards, Parental Rights
  • Special Education Laws
  • 30 min separate counseling session with student/ parents
  • Guidebook on the workshop to take home
Premier
  • IEP – Topics cover: Eligibility, FAPE, Related Services, Least Restrictive Environment,
    Initiation & Assessments, The IEP Team, Accommodations & Modifications, Individualized Transition Plan, Due Process & Mediation, Parental Rights, IEP Goal Measurement
  • 504 Plan – Topics cover: Eligibility, Evaluation, 504 Team, Accommodations, Procedural
  • Safeguards, Parental Rights
  • Special Education Laws
  • LD in K-12 vs College – Topics cover: Student’s rights & responsibilities, Disability Center & Faculty’s responsibilities, Differences between High School & College, College Accommodations/Services, College Board exams accommodations
  • 30 min separate counseling session with student/ parents
  • Guidebook on the workshop to take home

Client choose which workshop they need. May apply a portion of the workshop fee toward the college planning service.

PRODUCTS

 

My Learning Differences and College Planning Guidebooks are available for purchase separately from the workshops. (Available in PDF or spiral-bound book)
Please inquire below.
Disclaimer: Guidebooks are for information and educational purposes only. We disclaim any liability for the use or results of use of information provided in the guidebook. Guidebooks cannot be duplicated, distributed, or used for commercial purposes.

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About

The School Key is an independent educational consulting practice offering personalized special education planning and guidance tailored to meet the student & family’s specific need.

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Olivia is a licensed DIS (designated instructional service) school counselor and independent educational consultant. My personal philosophy as a special education counselor is to mentor and guide students with limited resources and/or learning disabilities towards their goals for the future. When I begin working with students, my goal is to help them learn about who they are and how that will affect their educational choices. Once they learn more about themselves, students are more confident about making decisions. The overall goal is to help students be engaged and committed in this process with self confidence and optimism. 

Credentials
  • Master of Arts – Educational Counseling – Azusa Pacific University
  • Bachelor of Arts – UC Irvine
  • Clear Pupil Personnel Services – California Commission Teacher Credential
  • Certificate – Educational Consultant – UC Irvine Division of Continuing Education
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Contact

Please inquire below. All messages will be responded within 24 hours.