You have to do it student by student. There is no cookie-cutter way of working with these students. The trick is understanding what a student's specific needs are at any point in time.
What they see first is we're located in a major university environment. People realize our size and longevity mean something in terms of the program's quality.
You are what you bring to the experience and you don't walk around with labels on your head. As the students become successful they take pride in being part of the SALT program. Many are earning the best grades they ever have and they're proud of that.
Students with learning and attention challenges have been entering higher education in much increased numbers over the last 10 years. We've seen our alumni go on to graduate school in increasingly larger numbers.