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PAL faculty have over 50 years of experience working with adult learners where PAL professors with expertise teach college-able adults with diagnosed learning differences, executive function challenges, and/or AD/HD. The PAL professor provides a supportive environment for undergraduate students with LD /ADHD/EF who want to understand their learning and achieve educational and vocational goals at Curry College.

Adult students at PAL experience:

  • A combination of one-to-one and/or small group instruction and support for up to 2.5 hours per weekInstruction with a strength-based philosophy that recognizes and utilizes the individual's gifts and talents
  • Transformative learning and metacognitive approaches that help students grow in understanding their learning
  • A whole-person approach, attending to vocational, social, academic, and emotional issues related to LD/ADHD/EF
  • Collaboration and peer support among peers
  • Instruction in the use of assistive technologies
  • Accommodations based on documented needs
  • Help with acquiring learning strategies that work for them based on their own profiles of strengths and challenges
  • Assistance with executive function (EF) challenges such as time management and organization

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Thousands of students have launched their dreams through PAL. Take the next step to learn whether you’re a good fit for our award-winning accessible learning program.