Online Courses - Coming Soon!!
Fast Forward College Coaching is bringing college readiness and executive functioning learning right to you - in your home, office or classroom! Our self-paced online courses give you access to downloads, worksheets, videos and more to help you or your student prepare for success!
"Introduction to Learning Supports in College"
In this mini course, students will gain:
A brief overview of the learning supports available in college
Definition of accommodations in the context of higher education
Learning support in college that does / does not require documentation of a disability
Brief overview of how to apply for accommodations in college
* A free downloadable worksheet.
Executive Functioning At Home: For Parents
This comprehensive course will introduce parents to the topic of executive functioning skills and provide strategies to build their student's productivity habits at home that will contribute to college success!
Overview of executive functioning skill development across the lifespan
Discussion of 8 executive functioning skills
Recent research and evidence-based practices for executive functioning skill development
How to create family habits around organization and time management
How to build student's independence and autonomy of executive functioning strategies
How to Navigate Disability Supports in College
In this completely online course, students will participate in 8 lessons of videos, exercises, downloadable worksheets, free resources, and more! Topics include:
* The accommodation process in college
* Documentation needed to apply for accommodations
* Typical college accommodations
* 3 Types of Learning Support
* Residential/Dietary Accommodations
* What to Do if a Professor Doesn't Provide Accommodations
College Success 101: For Parents of Diverse Learners
Based on the book, "Sharing the Transition to College: Words of Advice for Diverse Learners and Their Families" by Jennifer Sullivan, this course will teach parents 25 essential skills they need to know to support and prepare their diverse learning student for college success. 25 essential skills include:
Executive Functioning skills to build at home before college
Independent living skills that include dorm room cleanliness, privacy expectations, how to encourage your student to do laundry, roommate communication scenarios and more!
How to help your student self-advocate with professors and campus staff
How to respond when/if your student struggles
What Families Say:
Michelle G., parent of a college freshman
I think this course is a MUST for parents of high school students with ADHD heading to college. I was able to preview it and wish I had this course before my son went to college. Jennifer's course is very informative and lets you know what to expect when applying for accommodations.