Neurodiverse students can really struggle with all of that executive functioning and socializing business.
That's why this class exists!
I'll be offering this course to all students FOR THE FIRST TIME EVER!
The hard and soft skills that are proven to help students become successful after high school: executive functioning, effectively using tech to stay organized, how to read syllabi, where to sit in a lecture, and how to pick a college in the first place.
we explore tips to help your learner better socialize and make friends in college and beyond. This includes picking and living with roomies.
Beyond the classroom and socializing, we'll explore getting a job, making a resume, budgeting, and more. The includes interviewing, too!
Your kids don’t love our classes? You get a full refund within 24 hours of the first class.
You Have Our Word!
Samuel Young is not only the director of YSA, he's a two-time Fulbright Scholar that brings with him over a decade’s worth of educational leadership experience to this course. He is currently working towards his Ed.D. in Cognitive Diversity. He has taught at various programs in the US, Europe, and Asia, and has led twice-exceptional students (2e) to over 7 countries for immersive cultural and educational trips.
Samuel's gift is that he meets every student where they are, individually tailors learning to them, and helps them reach the great heights they are capable of reaching!
In other words, he gets your kid!