Community Resources Directory nearest to residents of Stone County.
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Community Resource Guide nearest to Izard County residents.
A directory of community resources nearest to Fulton County Residents.
Need some outside support to help you overcome some barriers so that you can persist and successfully reach your academic and career goals?
We all need help from time to time! This directory provides contact information for resources in Ozarka's four-county service area that provide assistance with challenges such as child care, adult ed, overcoming addictions, disability services, vocational rehabilitation, housing, hotlines, and many others!
Instructors are well-aware of the warning signs that a student is struggling and at-risk for an unsuccessful course completion. Early Alerts are the 'alarm' they use to notify you, your advisor, and student services advisors that a change needs to occur, and additional support may be needed, in order for you to complete the course successfully. Check out this Early Alert information sheet to understand some steps you may need to take to improve your chances of success in your class.
Here is some helpful information, advice, and encouragement for students who struggle with dyslexia from the Yale Center for Dyslexia and Creativity:href=http://dyslexia.yale.edu/DYS_Student2Student.html
The Ozarka College Student Success Center provides FREE tutoring on all 4 campuses.
ALL students can benefit from tutoring. Tutoring is NOT for dummies, but for any student who has hit a trouble spot in a course that someone who has "been there and done that" can help them overcome.
If you hit a road block in one of your classes, be sure to ask for help. And when you do, it will help you to know what to expect from working with a tutor. This document can help you understand what tutors can do for you. Then see page 2 for links to some GREAT online tutoring resources!
Do you know what types of experiences are most likely to help you learn? Take this Learning Styles quiz to discover your preferred learning style: href=http://www.personal.psu.edu/bxb11/LSI/LSI.htm
A Florida State University Professor with many years of experience teaching students who are challenged by ADHD wrote a book containing the tips and strategies he has learned over the years. SUCCEEDING WITH ADULT ADHD, by Abigail Levrini and Frances Prevatt.
TheBestSchools.org is an organization designed to "help individuals gain the knowledge, skills, and credentials they need in order to pursue their educational interests and career ambitions." They provided the following resource covering different ways to effectively study with ADHD, including how to create a good routine, ways to limit distractions, how to take effective breaks, and build a good sleep schedule: