Academic support is available for students needing help with specific school subjects, such as written expression, handwriting, comprehension, study skills and organization, and math (dyscalculia).
Learning to write is a difficult skill to master. Students can learn to develop proficient skills in composition by learning to apply specific steps in the writing process.
Comprehension is the reason for reading. Students can learn to improve their understanding of what is read by applying a variety of specific tools and strategies to the process.
Study skills and organization can be explicitly taught to the students so that they can become independent in the learning process.
A variety of hands on materials and multisensory techniques are used to teach students mastery of basic operations and math facts.
Handwriting is used in many school subjects. Learning to master letter strokes will improve legibility and speed during the writing process.
Spelling is an essential literacy skill. Learning to spell words will also help students become better at reading and writing.
“We knew he needed more, so we started to have Tara work with him. He began to enjoy school, his grades improved, and his confidence in himself grew. He was given tools and strategies he needed to be a successful student. He is now in college where he is excelling. This is a direct result of the training he received with Tara.”
“In less than a year, Tara was able to help our son rejoin his grade level in reading. She helped him with decoding skills, spelling, reading comprehension, fluency, and even cursive handwriting.”