Category Archives: Going to college with a disability

The Lull

           Because of the “coming down” reaction I experienced and that we were now testing the device in a standing position, changes to the research protocol were required.  That meant a lull in using the TDU…  It took a long … Continue reading

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Sensory What?

            I began my first semester with a small load of classes as I knew from experiences I’ve already had, that exhaustion was a big deal for me.  So I spaced my classes strategically throughout the week with days off … Continue reading

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Real Deal College Classes!

           To this day I’m not sure how I learned about Wisconsin’s Division of Vocational Rehabilitation (DVR), only that sometime in 2002 I met someone at a small café in Madison who described to me what DVR is and what … Continue reading

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