ADHD/ADD and Learning Disabilities Speciality

A child who has an executive function disorder, anxiety, depression or learning obstacles discovers that academic coaching is rewarding. No matter how capable your child is, a learning disability involves several difficulties within the school and your home environment. For this reason, in addition to strategy instruction for individual assignments, every tutoring session begins with a practical organizational conversation with your child.

Focus​ ​Sessions Include:

  • Create,​ ​implement​ ​and​ ​teach​ ​specific​ ​strategies​ ​to​ ​help​ ​students​ ​become​ ​confident​ learners and refine​ ​their​ ​written​ ​expression​ ​and​ ​organization, reading comprehension and study skills.
  • Teach​ ​test-taking​ ​strategies​ ​and​ ​implement​ ​a​ ​multi-sensory​ ​approach​ ​to​ ​allow​ ​students​ ​to develop​ ​and​ ​refine​ ​their​ ​independent​ ​skills.
  • Develop and refine ​self-advocacy​ ​skills, problem-solving skills, and implement strategies to control impulsivity.
  • Friendship-building techniques.
  • Techniques to communicate with teachers.

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Let Amy help your student reach their full academic potential

Amy has worked with my son (age 17) for two years. She has been instrumental in developing his organizational skills and advancing his academic capabilities. Amy helped coordinate with my son’s treatment providers, i.e., teachers, learning specialists and therapists, ensuring we are working as a team. Her guidance and judgment has been essential to the growth and success of our child. We trust her implicitly!

– Henry’s mother