Regardless of your age, all GLC alumni need to keep informed of issues regarding LD. Armed with this knowledge, we believe you can be your own best advocate. Here are some links and resources we thought you might find useful. Please contact us if we can be of help in any other way.
General LD Resources
Grade School Resources
GLC offers two great resources to grade school and high school students. The first is our Tutoring Connection program. In this program we offer one-on-one, after-school remediation with one of our Hill-trained and licensed teachers. We also offer a four-week Summer School program that follows our half-day model. For more information on our Summer School program, please visit our “Programs” page or contact our office.
High School Resources
- The Princeton Review is an excellent website to utilize when searching for a college or creating a profile.
- Schools in the USA is a good general search website for college.
- The College Foundation of North Carolina’s website. This is a great website for planning, applying, and paying for colleges in NC.
- “Peterson’s Guide to Colleges with Programs for Learning Disabled Students”
- “Self-Advocacy Skills for Students with Learning Disabilities: Making it Happen in College and Beyond” –Henry B. Reiff
- Learning Disabilities and the Law: After High School: An Overview for Students
- Interested in ECU? Please look in to the STEPP program, an amazing collaborative program for students with LD entering ECU.