WELCOME TO EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES CONSULTANTS
Finding the right "next step" is important for every high school student. Finding the right match for a student with a learning difference is particularly demanding. That's where Educational Resources Consultants comes in. We specialize in helping students with dyslexia, ADD, ADHD, Asperger’s Syndrome and similar learning differences with the critical step of choosing a postsecondary setting that will help them maximize their potential and let them thrive.
Each student has the right to an educational solution best suited to his or her needs. It's for that reason Educational Resources Consultants works closely with admissions departments of traditional four year colleges & universities, two year public & private colleges, transitional & preparatory programs and alternative educational opportunities.
Although admission can never be guaranteed, our commitment is to enable each student and their family with the knowledge of all available, best suited educational options then guide them through the applications process.
You don't have to go it alone, let Educational Resources Consultants help your family with the specialized, one-on-one guidance you and your student deserve.
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A Guide to Assessing College Readiness
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Questions to Ask During The College Search
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Why an Educational Consultant?
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