1.1. Accessible College-Personal Student Guidance
New Services to Better Support Students
Accessible College serves the unique needs of students with physical disabilities and health conditions and their families. Students and families have many tasks ahead of them during the process or preparing for college, including identifying college accommodations (academic, residential, and programmatic) and preparing the student to be able to self-advocate. Families may also have to hire a Personal Care Attendant (PCA), and/or navigate different aspects of the students’ care. These processes take a lot of time in order to make sure we can get it right!
We work with students across the country via Zoom starting in the 9th grade through graduate school to provide customized support in the following areas:
- Physical Disability College Planning
- Health Condition College Planning
- Executive Function Coaching
- Post Transition College Coaching
We know that consistency is key when working on college
transition. For families that are interested in Physical Disability College Planning and
Health Condition College Planning, we
have created the College Access Pass! The College Access Pass
is a monthly membership designed to support your student. We have
found that meeting with students monthly allows us to create structure,
comprehensively address needs, and measure success.
We offer packages for Executive Function Coaching and Post Transition College Coaching, as well as hourly rates. We also offer consultation, training, public speaking for high school guidance counselors, IECs, schools, groups and healthcare providers.
A limited number of free consultations have been made possible through a funding partnership with CDRF.