Types of Support

 Support High School students in:
  • Understanding how their disabilities affect them and encouraging them to become their own best advocates
  • Improving social and communication skills to enhance the ability to communicate with teachers and peers, resulting in more satisfying social connections 
  • Learning organizational and stress management techniques that will help to decrease stress and increase productivity


Support Transitioning students in:

  • Identifying goals, strengths and concerns
  • Explaining the transition process (testing, applications, acceptances, decisions)
  • Discussing differences between accommodations provided high school (IDEA) versus college (ADA)
  • Assisting with researching colleges and/or transitional programs
  • Considering options for living at home versus living on campus
  • Identifying types of support to benefit the student while in college
  • Providing specific questions to ask college disabilities offices
  • Working on developing important skills to increase student's chance of success


Support College students in:

  • Navigating a new environment
  • Managing time, organizing, prioritizing
  • Self advocating and communicating with professors and peers
  • Accessing the resources available on campus (health services, tutoring, professor’s office hours, writing center, etc.)
  • Adjusting to shared living space, increased responsibilities such as, laundry, financial expenses and self hygiene
  • Making healthy choices about relationships, nutrition and sleep
  • Role playing and problem solving





Ronni Aronow M.A., M.S.

College Transition Coach


Supporting high school and college students with individualized strategies to strengthen skills in Executive Functioning, Social Communication and Stress Management. 



Stress Awareness Workshops designed for groups of high school and college students. 


*Please contact for details











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