Every child is unique and every family has its own specific needs.  Many students who experience difficulty in school have been identified as having specific learning disabilities. These learners qualify for remediation within the school environment.  At times, some students may need more remediation than their schools can provide.  Children with learning disabilities are not slow learners, they simply learn differently and need to be taught differently by skilled professionals.


Based on the support you need, the following options are available:


School Support

  • Provide student assessment through in-school observation
  • Provide student assessment through one-on-one evaluation
  • Serve as Student Advocate
  • Serve as point-person for student service coordination
  • Provide assistance with school selection
  • Prepare for Committee of Special Education (CSE) meeting and annual review, advocacy and/or attendance
  • Develop and review Individualized Education Plan (IEP)
  • Develop and review 504 Accommodation Plan
  • Provide information regarding differentiation within the classroom


  • Reading
  • Multi-sensory instruction
  • Writing
  • Math
  • Study skills
  • Organizational skills/Executive functioning
  • Enrichment


If you are a school, camp, support group, or other organization and would like to provide a workshop for staff and/or parents, please click here to submit your request.  Workshops are available on a wide variety of topics.  Workshop topics include:

  • Kindergarten 101: De-mystifying the Transition to Kindergarten
  • Learning Outside the Box: Adventures for your 3 & 4 Year Olds
  • From Nursery School To Kindergarten: Skills for Success
  • Red-Shirting: Is This The Right Option For Your Child?
  • Red Flags: 10 Signs That Your Child Might Be Struggling
  • ADD, ADHD, LD…Beyond the Acronyms
  • How To Be Your Child’s Advocate

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