Students, you’re invited to join Disability Services in a series of workshops to help you with academic success! Our Learning Coach Intern, Dawn Long, will be facilitating the workshops and guest speakers will present a different topic every week. Students who are registered with Disability Services are welcome to attend. Even if you can’t stay for the full 2 hours, that’s OK! Come any time during the 1-3pm time slot.
Here is the workshop presentation schedule:
March 29: Time Management
April 5: Campus Support Services
Presenter: ACA, Library
April 12: Health & Wellness
Presenter: Nykke Ford
April 19: Self-Advocacy
Presenter: Danielle Dosunmu
April 26: Campus Resources
Presenter: Single Stop, Family Resource Center
May 3: Awards
Presenter: Disability Services staff
Please RSVP and email Dawn Long if you are interested in attending!
DS Experience Workshop
Wednesday, March 22nd
Terrell Building, room 500
Students, you’re invited to join Disability Services in a workshop to help you with academic success! Our Learning Coach Intern, Dawn Long, will be facilitating the workshop. Students who are registered with Disability Services are welcome to attend.
Please RSVP and email Dawn if you are interested in attending! Hope to see you there!
HELPING STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES EXPLORE SOLUTIONS TO OVERCOME BARRIERS
Staff and faculty, please join us for an experiential learning opportunity! Presenters will highlight various disability cases and discuss the outcomes of each. Upon completion learners will increase their knowledge and level of comfort when responding to students with disabilities.
Sign up in Learner Web now to attend for PD credit!
Tilting at Windmills: Training in Disability Awareness Presented by the NC Division of Vocational Rehabilitation Services
Hosted by CPCC Disability Services
Friday September 16th, 9-11:30am
Hall building rooms 215/216
Schedule of Trainings:
9-10am: Pick a Disability
Purpose: This session is designed to increase your confidence in your ability to work and interact with people with disabilities. It seeks to reduce fear and discomfort through the exploration of biases, myths, misperceptions, and stereotypes. It provides information on appropriate language and etiquette when interacting with people with disabilities.
10:30-11:30am: Traumatic Brain Injury
Purpose: To increase awareness of the range and scope of this disability and explores accommodations.
Sign up in Learner Web for one or both sessions to participate and earn PD credit!
Disability Services Information Session July 20th from 1-4pm
Central Campus, Zeiss building, room 1106 (formerly the Elizabeth building)
We are proud to announce that this summer we will be hosting a Disability Services Information Session for both students and parents to learn more about Disability Services at CPCC. This session is aimed at preparing students who are enrolling in the fall semester to help them learn how to request accommodations at CPCC and how to be a successful student at CPCC. Parents are also welcome to attend to learn how they can support their student as they transition into college. By attending you will:
Prepare yourself for fall semester
Learn the differences between high school and college
Learn how to request accommodations in college
Learn tips on how to be a successful college student