FALL 2017 Ready for take-off CONFERENCE
Saturday, September 16, 2017
8:30am - 12:00pm
*Registration begins at 8:00am
Dominican University | Priory Campus
7200 W. Division
River Forest, IL 60305
Single Adult Ticket $39.99
Couple Tickets* $59.99
Student Tickets** $24.99
CEU's/PD Credits $10.00 extra
*Couple tickets are for two adult family members.
**Students who are in college or graduate school are the most likely to benefit from the conference. If students under 18 attend the conference, they must be accompanied by an adult.
- The Priory Campus is located near the intersection of Harlem and Division.
- Enter the Priory Campus from Division Street.
- Guests can park in the Outer East Lot or...
- Or they can park on the one-way circle drive. Drive counter-clockwise on the circle drive.
- Guests can park in any space denoted by green markings (except handicap spots).
- Guests should NOT park in the Outer West Lot or any locations denoted in red.
- Guests should enter the building via the Priory Main Entrance at the east end of the complex, shown in the orange circle on the attachment.
College Readiness 4 Success is proud to have Dominican University as the official sponsor of Continuing Education Units and Professional Development Credits for the 2015 Ready for Take-Off conference. Three CEU's are available for Psychologists, Social Workers, Counselors and Marriage & Family Therapists. Three PD hour credits are available for Educators.
Theresa E. Laurie Maitland, PhD, CPCC
Educator The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Author- Ready For Take-Off: Preparing Your Teen with ADHD or LD for College
Karin M. Grimes, LCSW
Owner, Life Transitions Coaching
Chris Everett, College Financial Planner
President, Everett Wealth Solutions, Inc. (EWS)
MAIN PRESENTATION AND DISCUSSION
This informative conference is based on the books Ready for Take-Off: Preparing Your Teen with ADHD or LD for College and On Your Own: A College Readiness Guide for Teens with ADHD/LD (Quinn & Maitland, 2011, APA/Magination Press). Parents and professionals will learn how to help their college bound teen use the time in high school to prepare for life in college and beyond.
BREAK OUT SESSIONS
For Educators and Mental Health Professionals
Moderator: Theresa Maitland - “Applications for School & Therapy Office”
This session will discuss how professionals who work with college bound teens and their families can integrate the information from the conference into their current practice.
For Everyone at the Conference
Moderator: Chris Everett, “Pay the Right Price for College - Not the Sticker Price”
This session will discuss how to lower the cost of college, how to earn family generated scholarships and how to help students select a career in which they are fit to flourish. Attendees receive a Tuition Reward Scholarship valued at $500.