Dr. Loring Brinckerhoff, Ph.D. is a nationally recognized authority on learning disabilities (LD) and ADHD. He holds a doctorate from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and has also written dozens of articles and book chapters for parents and professionals on high stakes testing, disability documentation, transition from high school to college, self-advocacy skills for adolescents and program planning for students with learning disabilities. 

For the past 19 years, he has been the Director of the Office of Disability Policy for Educational Testing Service (ETS) in Princeton, NJ where he oversees testing accommodations for 12,000 test takers with disabilities. Prior to that, Dr. Brinckerhoff worked as Director of LD Support Services at Boston University, where directed one of the largest support service offices for students with LD and ADHD in the country. 

Dr. Brinckerhoff is the past president of the Association on Higher Education & Disability (AHEAD) and recipient of its prestigious Ronald E. Blosser Dedicated Service Award. He is also a higher education and disability consultant to Harvard Medical School, Columbia University and Mass College of Art and Design. He also tutors dyslexic medical students at Harvard University.

Dr. Brinckerhoff provides disability consulting within higher education for young adults with learning disabilities (LD), Attention Deficit and Hyperactive Disorder (ADHD), Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD), affective disorders, and other cognitive or psychological disabilities.


About Dr. Brinckerhoff