Teaching Children How To Learn
Educational Therapy can be a lifeline for your child or teen. Sheri has over 25 years of experience teaching children with specific learning disabilities, ADHD, Autism Spectrum Disorder, auditory, visual, and cognitive processing delays, and poor executive functions. Her unwavering commitment to providing each child with limitless opportunities for support, structure and success has changed the trajectory of hundreds of lives.
Contact Sheri to get started with Educational therapy. For more information, keep reading!
What Is Educational Therapy?
Although everyone learns differently, it is estimated that millions of children and adults with average to superior intelligence are experiencing academic difficulties. Educational Therapy is one-on-one, individualized, and specialized intervention designed to foster independent learning.
Sheri teaches students impacted by learning differences and disabilities. ADHD, ASD, executive function deficits, and processing delays how to use their strengths to make steady academic growth and progress.
Parents often circle back to share their child’s success stories. Some of Sheri’s former clients became entrepreneurs, web designers, college graduates, arborists, archeologists, biologists, yoga instructors, or gamers. A non-reader in third grade who worked intensively with Sheri for several years recently passed the bar and started her law career. Another is training to become a licensed psychologist. The primary goal of educational therapy is to foster self-confident, independent learners who understand their learning profiles and can advocate for themselves.
What’s The Difference Between An Educational Therapist And A Tutor?
While a tutor focuses on specific subjects, an Educational Therapist’s scope is broader. Educational Therapists work as a team with parents, teachers, schools, physicians and allied professionals concerned with the student’s social, emotional and academic learning. Learning gaps are identified and addressed and weak foundational skills are strengthened.
Educational therapists have extensive training and experience with academic remediation and specialized instruction, administering academic assessments, developing intervention plans, setting goals, and teaching strategies that target reading, writing, spelling, math, organization, and study skills.
How Long Does Educational Therapy Take?
Educational therapy is a highly individualized process, and because each person’s needs are unique, the length of time varies.
If your child or teen is struggling with any or all of the challenges below, contact Sheri today!
Areas of concern:
- Completing homework or schoolwork in a timely manner
- Understanding math concepts or recalling math facts
- Associating sounds with letters
- Remembering printed words
- Understanding what is read or heard
- Spelling even after much practice
- Following oral or written directions
- Expressing ideas orally or in writing
- Time management
- Study skills
- Organizational skills
- Working independently
Contact Sheri at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more!