Distance Program at Northwest College Support
College students around the country have suddenly found themselves taking exclusively online courses, unable to return to their college campus. This is a difficult time for everyone, but students with anxiety or depression, ADHD, ASD, executive functioning deficits, or specific learning differences might find taking online courses to be especially difficult. Northwest College Support offers a Distance Program for college students needing support, but who cannot leave home or may be sheltering in place.
The goal of the Distance Program is to provide students the same level of excellent support our in-person program offers, but adapted in an online format delivery.
Distance Program students receive regular video conference calls from our Educational Coaches who are trained in helping students organize, prioritize, create goals, find resources, and develop self-advocacy. Importantly, our Educational Coaches provide a level of non-judgmental accountability and structure for students who may struggle with self-directed learning.
The Distance Program can also provide therapeutic and family support as needed. Additionally, group activities such as social watch parties, live-streaming mediation and mindfulness groups, and online group study sessions are regularly available to Distance Program students.
All Distance Program options include as-needed therapeutic and family support, as well as access to all online group offerings. Number of education coaching sessions varies by option. Distance Program offers rolling admission, and is billed on a monthly basis.
Custom: We can fully customize packages to include individual coaching session, parent support, group learning activities, and even therapeutic supports on a case by case basis. Please call to learn more: (888) 887-1975 or reach out to email@example.com