I would recommend Windworks Sailing from personal experience. I found the instructors there to be top notch. I believe that she would have to do everything starting from basic keelboat up to bareboat to there there, which is a lot of hours of instruction. But they take you through slowly and deliberately. One thing to note is that it is US Sailing certification not ASA. But I prefer them anyway, even if they aren't as prevalent. I looked at the ASA course, it looks pretty identical to the USSailing one.
The nice thing about Windworks is they have an active ladies sailing 'club' that does stuff, very good for females to get out on the water with other ladies and no men.
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