I know lessons have been mentioned, but I would add the word 'private' to that as well. Talk to the people who run the school and get a recommendation....
second this!!! 1 or 2 private lessons (with a good instructor!) will do far
more for her progression, skill & confidence than a months worth of your average group lessons.
....For the chair, not sure if you bought her gear or not, but if so make sure she has a stomp pad. Crashing on exiting the lift is just part of life for a little bit.
....if there are options choose lifts with a long straight exit as oppose to hurry up and turn or fall off the cliff of death.
...again, a Stomp Pad is a really
good idea! It did wonders for my ability to manage the offloads from the lifts! And yes,.. a few crashes are always
going to be a part of dealing with lift lines! Especially in the beginning.
Although the second part of that statement will generally be utterly beyond her ability control. I've seen offloads on bunny hill runs that freaked the shit out of me! Short, steep, and a nice big fence or pole to crash into 10 ft. after getting off!
And then again,.. I've seen more than a few Blue or Black runs with nice, easy mellow run outs for the offload before turning to face the "Steep assed wall of Death!" Lol!! So go figure!
Good luck with her progressing this season!