Educational therapy is a program designed to meet the needs of children who struggle to learn in the classroom. Twice per week, children work one-on-one with a therapist to overcoming areas of difficulty. By building confidence and competence, students become aware of their strengths and use them to overcome areas of weakness. With intentionality therapists use a variety of research based techniques, which in turn teach concepts to learning, building a firm foundation for learning.
A program specified for students ages 5-6 years to detect children who are vulnerable to learning failure and to offer educational interventions before failure has occurred. This program is a preventative approach for problems in reading, writing and spelling for children who show early signs of difficulty.
SEARCH and TEACH is a program specified for students ages 5-6 years old and is used to detect children who are vulnerable to learning failure and offer educational intervention before failure has occurred. Search and Teach does not diagnose learning disabilities, but is used as a tool to enhance learning ability.
iLs is a neurological program which strengthens the processing systems in the brain. It is a multi-sensory program that combines auditory stimulation (high/low frequency music) with movement and visual activities. It targets the sensory systems, helping day-to-day functions such as learning, communication and movement. It is used most often to improve function in the following areas: