Educational therapists and specialists are trained to work with students with a wide range of diagnosed learning disabilities. Experienced in interpreting neuropsychological assessments, they implement and prioritize specific educational recommendations accordingly.
Areas of expertise and service include:
Elementary to young adult learners
Specific remedial programming for reading, writing and math
Executive Function skill building
Foundational skill building within the context of assigned school work
Lesson plans and activities using outside curriculum
Informal assessments to set academic goals and programs
School year and intensive summer remediation
Attendance at IEP and other team meetings
Collaboration with allied professionals
Educational Therapists & Specialists:
What's the Difference?
All of our specialists have a master's degree in education, special education or professional certification in a related field, as well as formal training in remedial programs.
Our educational therapists are specialists who have earned an additional degree or certification from a recognized educational therapy program.