college and hydrocephalus
College is an exciting time but can be challenging when you’re living with hydrocephalus. Here are some tips to survive college while managing the ups and downs of hydrocephalus.
One of the most important things you can do for yourself in college when you have hydrocephalus is establish good relationships with your professors early.
Upon completing her first semester at college, TTC Blogger, Madeleine, shares advice about strategies that helped her have a positive college experience.
In her monthly Teens Take Charge blog, Madeleine Darowiche shares her experience of starting college and offers some tips for making this transition smoother.
Kimberlei Davis of The Times and Democrat shares the story of Henry Guion, a recent graduated from South Carolina State University who now plans to pursue a career in dance choreography and the performing arts.
“Be yourself, and do not let hydrocephalus define who you are.” A quote from a graduating college senior as she reflects on the 30th anniversary of the Hydrocephalus Association in our interview series.