NPR has a great little set of tips for those who have ADD/ADHD and are about to enter the college scene. I think that some of the tips are applicable for people with other disabilities but a few of them might not be.
My VanGoghGirl is at the age where she's already starting to dream about what it's going to be like once she goes off to university. I'd love it if when we are talking about it with her, we could help her envision it in ways that it will be and can be for her specifically as a person with disabilities. My adorable Ginger Boy is the same age as her and he is also a person with disabilities, though some of his differ from her's. My own disabilities are different from both of the kids and I'm not certain that I know how to address what their specific needs will be in order for them to have a successful college experience.
I was hoping that some of my sisters and brothers with disabilities who happen to come through here from time to time might be able to offer some tips for those in our community who may be about to start college or are in the stage where they are considering what sort of college is right for them. I'd love it if I could get the perspectives of any/all those who have some sort of disability; it doesn't matter what kind it may be.