Susan Yellin, Esq.
Susan Yellin, Esq.
Susan Yellin, Esq. is the Director of Advocacy and Transition Services at The Yellin Center for Mind, Brain, and Education.
She is the author of a regular column for ADDitude Magazine’s print and online editions as part of their “Ask the Experts” feature. She has also presented extended ADDitude webinars on topics such as how to obtain IEPs and 504 Plans and how to make sure these plans stay up to date.
She is an author of the book Life After High School: A Guide for Students with Disabilities and Their Families (Jessica Kingsley Publishers), which was awarded Bronze Medals as Best Education Book of the Year by both ForeWord Reviews (Book of the Year Awards) and the Independent Publishers Association (IPPY Awards).
Prior to joining The Yellin Center, Mrs. Yellin was the founder and Executive Director of the nonprofit Center for Learning Differences, an organization which has provided information and resources to thousands of families and professionals. She also created its signature program, Life After High School, which brought together hundreds of students, parents, and counselors with representatives of colleges and post-secondary programs that offer supports for students who struggle with learning issues.
Mrs. Yellin has been a practicing New York attorney for over 25 years and has extensive experience in legal issues related to education and special education. In her role as Director of Advocacy and Transition Services at The Yellin Center, Mrs. Yellin works with families to obtain school services and to help identify appropriate school settings for K-12 students.
In addition, she provides college counseling and transition guidance for students and parents, helping students who struggle with learning and related issues as they apply to college and begin their college careers.
Services provided by Susan Yellin at The Yellin Center include:
Students do not need to have had an assessment at The Yellin Center to work with Mrs. Yellin.
Mrs. Yellin is a graduate of Cornell University and the Boston University School of Law. She is a frequent speaker on the subject of transition to college for students with learning and related challenges. She and Dr. Yellin are the parents of three sons.
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