Support for Parents

Turn your concern into their success.

The support you need to make your child’s college journey a success.

Parents, we’ve got you covered.

Transitioning to college is not easy. Those with hidden disabilities have an added transition into being their own advocate for their disability needs.

After working in higher education for 14 years, I’ve helped students develop the skills it takes to be successful. College transition, self-advocacy, and specific skillset development are all here.

Each course is designed for parents and high school students with hidden disabilities. Broken down into small, easy to understand, implementable chunks, each course delivers what you need to know.

Listen to a module while waiting in the car line for pick up. Then, implement the suggestions and information right away. All of what you need, the way you need it.

Webinars are licensed for individual use only.

College Transition

College Transition Essentials: What Parents of Students with Disabilities Need to Know

If your child has a learning disability, ADHD, or mental health issue, you need all the information you can to help them be at their best, especially for the first semester.

The first semester is crucial, and knowing what to expect helps you know what to look out for and how best to help your student transition to college with success.

From normal transition issues to accommodations and more, this course gets parents prepared. You’ll be equipped with all the basics to support your child’s college journey.

Empowering Advocacy: Demystifying College Disability Laws

Confused about college disability laws? Not sure how the laws change from high school to college? How do the laws apply to getting accommodations in college?

This training is an inside look at the laws themselves and how the laws apply to policies, procedures, and decisions made by accessibility staff.

Student Skills Building

Self-Advocacy for Higher Education

This on demand webinar teaches parents and students with learning disabilities how to prepare to make their requests and explain what they need.  When you can explain those needs, you can get the accommodations easily. The better you explain your needs, the better the outcome will be.

Soft Skills Planner

Developing soft skills can boost a student’s confidence and ability to succeed. The soft skills planner can help you and your student evaluate, plan, and develop critical soft skills.

Time Management Essentials Course for College Students

One of the most important skills to have for college success.

Consultation and 1:1 Coaching

Want to work with me personally? I offer personal services for your unique needs.