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Eye to Eye uses the term learning differences to encompass specifically diagnosed learning disabilities and attention disorders as well as areas of executive functioning. At Eye to Eye, we’re working to eliminate the stigma of learning disabilities and attention disorders by reframing and celebrating them as the learning differences that they are.
While we aim to support every student who learns differently, Eye to Eye is only able to provide near-peer mentoring to students within our chapter network. Find out if your child's school is in our chapter network here.
Eye to Eye mentors are high school or college students with learning disabilities (LD) or ADHD, who are interested in making a difference in the lives of younger students with similar learning differences. Learn More →
Eye to Eye mentees are students in the 5th-8th grades of Eye to Eye partner schools with learning disabilities (LD) or ADHD seeking mentorship and community. Learn More →
Our chapters are based in colleges and high schools across the country and partner with nearby middle schools. Take a look at our chapter list. If you are a current student at any of our mentee schools and you have a learning disability and/or ADHD, you are qualified to be an Eye to Eye mentee! Ask your parent or guardian to sign you up! Learn More →
There is no individual cost to participating in Eye to Eye's Near-Peer Mentoring program.
To request to start a chapter at your college or high school (or your child's middle school), please fill out our interest form.
Yes! Fun activities, helpful resources, and inspiring content are all waiting for them in our free online program Learning Differently 101 for Students: Unlocking the Power of Learning Differently.
We refer to former participants of Eye to Eye's Near-Peer Mentoring program as Alumn'Eye.
Yes! Eye to Eye offers professional learning workshops for educators Learn More →
Yes! Please contact Zachary Halper | Senior Media Strategist Momentum Communications Group P. 862-224-3233 E. firstname.lastname@example.org