Dr. Paul Nolting has been helping college students with disabilities for 30 years. During that time he was a disabilities and math lab coordinator, learning specialist, grant director and consulted with over 100 college campuses on math and disability issues. His publications are in the Journal of Developmental Education and the American Mathematical Association of Two-Year College journal. His last two books are Mathematics and Disability Handbook focusing on helping LD, ADHD, TBI, PTSD and wounded warriors improve their math success and My Math Success Plan study skills workbook. The workbook is for students with disabilities and Wounded Warriors to improve their math study skills and understand how their process deficits affect math learning. In the last few years he was the presenter for the Florida, New Jersey, Colorado, Georgia and Washington state conferences on disabilities. In Georgia he helped develop their course substitution state policy. His national presentations include conferences like AHEAD, AMATYC and NADE. His international presentation was in Kuwait at GUST. Last he was the main coordinator and presented at the first and second Developmental Math National Math Summits co-sponsored by AMATYC and NADE.