Day Sessions

We offer day-long weekend sessions focused on building particular skills, engaging in problem-solving activities, and exploring a college campus. 

Upcoming Sessions

Executive Functioning Skills In College

Date & Time: Saturday, March 4th, 8:30AM - 4:00PM

Cost: $400/student

Location: The Baker Center, 53 Parker Hill Ave, Boston, MA 02120 and Boston University 

Participants will learn about Executive Functioning Skills and Strategies for College (postponed session from November), featuring Dr. Szimonetta Mulati, and hear what strategies have worked for our program alum panel. We are also delighted to be resuming our optional Parent/ Guardian Education Sessions with Noelle (8:30-10:30). The day will also include a visit to Boston University, providing an example of a large urban college.  A light breakfast will be provided for both student participants and parents/ guardians and lunch will be had at the BU dining facility for student participants. The day will begin and end at the Baker Center (53 Parker Hill Avenue, Boston, MA 02120) and we will be using public transportation for traveling to and from Boston University.  

If this is your first time participating in a session, please use the link below to fill out an enrollment form.

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Social Life in College: Adjusting to New Experiences 

Date & Time: Saturday, April 29th, 8:30AM - 4:00PM

Cost: $400/student

Location: The Baker Center, 53 Parker Hill Ave, Boston, MA 02120 and Northeastern University 

Participants will learn about social opportunities in college, social goal setting, and handling new social experiences as we explore Social Life in College: Adjusting to New Experiences as our theme for the day-long session. We will offer a Parent/Guardian Education Session from 8:30-10:30. A light breakfast will be provided as well as lunch for participants at Northeastern University, the campus we will be experiencing in the afternoon. The day will begin and end at the Baker Center (53 Parker Hill Avenue, Boston, MA 02120) and we will be using public transportation for traveling to and from Northeastern University.  

If this is your first time participating in a session, please use the link below to fill out an enrollment form.

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About Day Sessions

Skill-building

Our expert staff offer guidance on developing new social skills for participants who struggle with social interactions. This includes learning how to live and interact with a roommate, building the self-reliance needed to seek support services while at school, and more. 

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Problem-solving

Participants are coached through multiple common challenges and situations they may face while at college. This can include navigating public transportation, ordering food from the dining hall, and more.

Exploring a campus

A key aspect of the program is the ability to experience a college campus first-hand. Participants are guided through a real college campus and to get a look and feel for things well before move-in day. 

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