Child & Family Development educational specialists determine a student‚Äôs learning style and differences, then find ways to support school success. Tutoring can address areas such as reading (dyslexia), mathematics (dyscalculia), written expression (dysgraphia) and related auditory, visual and nonverbal processing difficulties or disorders. Executive functioning and organizational skills are also needed for optimal learning and performance. Often, computer programs and applications are part of a customized treatment plan.
OUR APPROACHES include:
‚Ä¢ Audible¬©, Learning Ally‚Ñ¢ and other audiobook reading applications
‚Ä¢ Computer/tablet features and tools
‚Ä¢ Dragon Naturally Speaking¬Æ
‚Ä¢ Keyboarding Without Tears from Learning Without Tears¬Æ
‚Ä¢ Smartphone features and tools
‚Ä¢ Wi-fi Usage
‚Ä¢ Program ‚ÄúMind, Body, Backpack‚Äù: strengthen executive functioning skills and apply approaches in a meaningful way.
‚Ä¢ Program ‚ÄúTechie-Wanna-Be‚Äù: instruction on appropriate applications and programs that support learning.
Individual sessions are offered at $65 per hour. These sessions are not billable to insurance and are non-refundable. Small groups may also be formed, based on interest and shared treatment goals.
Jessica DeLing, M.Ed., Educational Specialist 704-372-9652 ext. 123
Marie Arrington, MAT, Educational Specialist 704-372-9652 ext. 218
Mo Froneberger, MAT, Educational Specialist 704-372-9652 ext. 219
Read more about Technology Supports for Students here.
Read more about our educational services here.