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!
The College Diabetes Network (CDN) is coming to CPCC! CDN’s mission is to empower and improve the lives of students living with Type 1 Diabetes through peer support and access to information and resources. CDS’s vision is to create a college community, which will enable students with diabetes to thrive in all of their personal, healthcare, and scholastic accomplishments. A group will soon be meeting at Levine and Central campuses.
Please call 704-800-5755 or
email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
When: Every Tuesday at 12-1pm, Starting January 26, 2016
Where: Central Campus, Terrell Room 300
Free lunch provided!
Areas to Explore
Organization & Life Balance
Coping with Test Anxiety
Learning Stress Management Techniques
Dealing with Chronic pain while studying
Build Peer Relationships
Engage & Connect with other Students
Dana Pianowski -The Center for Military Families & Veterans 704-330-2722 x3459
Nora Jones – Disability Services 704-330-2722 x3460
ASD Support Group
When: February 5th & 19th, March 4th & 18th, April 8th & 29th
Location: Overcash room 250
CPCC Disability Services is starting a support group for students diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder. The goal of this group is to give students the opportunity to explore and share what it means to be a college student with Autism.
- The opportunity to share experiences with other students diagnosed with Autism
- Learn about campus resources and how to access them
- Have general conversation
- Social skills training
- Exploration of how to deal with the challenges of being a college student
Refreshments provided and we will play games!
For more information or to join please contact:
Tashana Kirby-Williams at 704-330-6621 ext. 3475 or Tashana.email@example.com