Services for Parents

Turn your concern into their success.

The help you need for your college bound child.

DIY Courses

Learn what it takes to self-advocate for accommodations in college. Designed for parents and high school students with learning disabilities, our transition to higher education webinars guide you through an easy step-by-step method to get you prepared to self-advocate for what you need. Webinars are licensed for individual use only.

College Transition

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

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 a lot is happening all at once.

It’s hard enough having a hidden disability. On top of that, now there’s all the stress and pressure of going to college.

For. The. First. Time!

Developed from the perspective of disability services staff, let me guide you through a typical semester: the pitfalls, issues that arise, and how to manage them successfully.

It also addresses your needs as a parent. After all, it’s not just your child transitioning; it’s you too. 

What You’ll Learn:

  • Understanding of typical college transition issues
  • Know how the college transition affects those with hidden disabilities
  • Help your college-bound student plan better
  • Identify critical skill sets needed for success
  • How to transition yourself as a parent to a new role
  • Know what pitfalls to look out for, when, and what supports and resources can help

Learning Disabilities

Self-Advocacy for Higher Education

For a student with a learning disability, obtaining accommodations in college is a necessity. It’s also a process and if you are not prepared for it, you may not get all you need. The process can take longer putting you at risk for not having accommodations for classes or tests.

You can avoid all this if you are prepared to request accommodations and know how to self-advocate. The webinar, Self-Advocacy for Higher Education, teaches 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.

For a step-by-step, easy-to-follow course, Self-Advocacy for Higher Education: Parent Coaching Series walks you through each step at your own pace. Master self-advocacy one step at a time. Use along with our workbook to enhance your learning (recommended)!

504 Plans/Mental Health

Coming Soon

One-on-one Academic Coaching

Our academic coaching offers students a flexible, individualized, and holistic method to keep you on track academically. Online academic coaching services offer a convenient way to achieve your college goals. 

Contact us for more information.

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