This guide provides helpful tips for college students with mental health conditions, including considerations for remote, in-person, and hybrid learning formats. The guide also covers self-advocacy planning and campus engagement planning strategies that will help students maintain their academic success and well-being as a college student in 2020.
A factsheet for young adults with mental health conditions transitioning to remote learning for college. Includes tips for physical and mental organization, reducing distractions, and organizing your technology.
This archived webinar is to help college students, who have been affected by disruptions in school due to COVID-19. The emphasis of this webinar is to help you develop organizational strategies while managing school work and other priorities at home. If you’re struggling to figure out a new routine in the wake of COVID-19, looking for ways to manage the demands of coursework as classes move on-line and preparing for upcoming finals, this webinar is for you!
This archived webinar described methods to help support college students with mental health conditions who have been affected by disruptions in school due to COVID-19. This webinar is for providers who currently provide supported education services or who support college students on campus in the Office of Disability/Accessibility, Counseling/CAPS, and other academic support offices. The emphasis of this webinar was to share strategies that can help students develop organizational strategies while working from home.
Blog post, written by a young adult with mental health conditions, discusses how the pandemic has affected the healthcare system and how this has affected the treatment of their medical and mental health conditions.
A large curated collection with hundreds of resources for youth, young adults, families, college students, educators, and supporters; news items from around the country; webinars on methods to support college students with mental health conditions who have been affected by disruptions in school; and selections from Transitions ACR publications and products which may be of help to students, administrators, and counselors.
The COVID-19 pandemic has necessitated significant changes in how programs and activities are conducted and necessitated entities to make changes in their policies and procedures to address the risks and meet the local and state mandates to prevent transmission.
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