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Leave your assumptions at the door.
The SLC@CHC empowers all types of learners to adopt tools and strategies to optimize performance, rather than looking at learning disabilities as something to overcome. The SLC@CHC is a place where high school and college students with diagnosed or suspected ADHD, dyslexia and other learning disabilities can come to discover their gifts, strengths and potential.
We all learn in a variety of ways.
Customized Learning Specialist sessions will focus on:
Growing self-awareness, skills and behaviors to optimize performance in and out of the classroom
Realizing personal strengths and attributes you can employ effectively in the classroom
Developing self-advocacy skills to further accentuate your innate talent and intellectual prowess
Practicing to become an efficient user of recommended accommodations
Mastering the use of technology designed to improve reading, writing, time management, and productivity
Preparing for tests and post exam analysis
Preparing for success in adulthood after graduation to college or the workplace
Transforming your lived experience by focusing on your strengths
New Student Introductory Offer
Get 6 hours of learning services at SLC for the price of 5!
OFFER DETAILS: $140 / hr x 6 hours = $700 ($840 value —1 hour free!) One-time offer for new registrants.*
Renewal packages are 5 hours for $700. Sessions must be used within 2 months. Financial assistance available. Stanford University students are covered by the Charles and Helen Schwab Foundation. *Offer expires March 30, 2023.
QUESTIONS? Please contact Nancy Lambert, firstname.lastname@example.org
Meet the Learning Specialists
We offer customized strategies to optimize your performance in the classroom, workplace and beyond.
Register today to get started!
Contact the Schwab Learning Center at CHC today to register for services.
Just having someone to validate and affirm my experiences as someone struggling with my ADHD was incredible.
Just having someone to validate and affirm my experiences as someone struggling with my ADHD was incredible. This commitment and genuine care was so appreciated and made me feel welcome, seen, and validated.
...my learning differences can be quite challenging in an elite environment such as Stanford.
I really enjoyed working with my learning specialist and [sic] was one of the few spaces I felt I could talk about the fact I learn a little differently. In a way, it was really therapeutic as my learning differences can be quite challenging in an elite environment such as Stanford. Much appreciated for all the work you do!
It has really changed my life and had a very positive impact on me.
I didn't grow up with knowledge about [learning differences] so this is really important to me. A lot of my life I had struggled with my learning but I was diagnosed as an undergrad ... It has really changed my life and had a very positive impact on me. What you guys do in terms of helping people understand how they learn and make it okay to learn differently is something everyone should be able to experience.