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Elizabeth C. Hamblet

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Elizabeth C. Hamblet has worked both ends of the college transition, first as a high school special education teacher and case manager, and then as a learning disabilities specialist for over a decade at Simmons College in Boston, Rutgers University, and now at Columbia University. Her academic credentials include a master’s of education in special needs, a master’s in the art of teaching, state certification as a learning disabilities teacher-consultant, and training in Orton-Gillingham. 

Hamblet offers programs to families and professionals on the transition to college for students with disabilities, speaking locally and at national conferences.  In addition to being a presenter, she is also a contributing writer for Disability Compliance for Higher Education, and has been published in the Journal of College Admission, Raising Teens, and Career Development for Exceptional Individuals.  Her most recent book on transition is 7 Steps for Success: High School to College Transition Strategies for Students with Disabilities.  She is also author of the laminated reference guide, Transitioning to College: A Guide for Students with Disabilities, published by National Professional Resources, Inc./Dude Publishing.

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