Choosing a College for Your Child With Mental Health Needs
KEY POINTS: Colleges must provide reasonable accommodations for equitable access for mental health and neurodevelopmental disabilities. The quality and accessibility of student supports vary widely among schools. For teens with mental health or neurodevelopmental needs, living with a roommate can offer challenges that make or break success at school.
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