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Overview of Maryland's First 4-Year College-Based Experience for Young Adults with Intellectual Disabilities
SUCCESS: An Overview of Maryland's First 4-Year College-Based Experience for Young Adults with Intellectual Disabilities
Please join us for the upcoming Adolescent Transition Lecture.
Our speaker will be Michele K. Wolff, Director of The Shriver Center at UMBC (University of Maryland Baltimore County).
Ms. Wolff will provide information on SUCCESS (Students United for Campus Community Engagement for Post-Secondary Success), a partnership of UMBC and the Maryland Department of Disabilities.
Primary goals of the program are employability, independent living, critical thinking, and development of problem solving skills. The goals exist within the context of an integrated environment, the UMBC campus. Students exit this experience with a certificate of completion.
We hope you can join us to learn more about this unique college option for young adults with intellectual disabilities.
The lecture is free, free parking is available, and the building is fully accessible. Light refreshments will be provided.
DATE: NOVEMBER 28, 2012
Time: 7:00 - 8:30 PM
Location: Kennedy Krieger Institute
Greenspring Campus (High School)
3825 Greenspring Avenue, Bowles Building Board Room, 4th floor, Baltimore, MD 21211
View flyer for more information or to request special accomodations at this informational session.