Presentations, Advocacy, and More

Dana is available to present at high school college programs, professional conferences, and beyond.

Dana welcomes opportunities to connect with educators, parents, and students on the transition process from high school to college for students with and without disabilities through presentations, advocacy, and more. To inquire about programs, please email

“I just wanted to thank you for the excellent presentation [on the transition to college for students with disabilities] last night. You made what I feel to be a very complicated, nuanced, personal subject feel much more straight-forward and approachable. My son will be starting college in the fall, and I plan on following so much of the advice you gave.”

Parent of a graduating Lincoln-Sudbury Regional High School student

“Dana Roth is an absolute pleasure to work with!  We had the opportunity to work with Dana as she graciously accepted our invitation to Watertown High School’s 1st Guidance Night.  Dana’s vast knowledge of disability services at the college level was invaluable to our students and families.  Dana was able to clearly present the differences, and similarities, between disability services offered at the high school and college level.  She empowered our students and families with knowledge, eased nerves about transitioning to higher education, and showed them how to access and navigate available resources.”

Adrienne Eaton & Lindsy Orpen, Watertown High School Guidance Department

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