FAQ…Questions you may have!
- What learning struggles do you help with?
- Where are services provided? Where can I get help?
- Is this a curriculum?
- What is different about what you offer from special services in schools?
- Is this age, curriculum or grade specific?
- What severity of struggle do you work with?
- Do you work with students who do not have a diagnosis?
- Do you diagnose students?
- Can you teach me how to work with my student? Can I watch?
- What benefits can I hope to see?
Though it may not be a “quick fix”, because we are addressing struggles in a therapeutic way and helping the student strengthen and reinforce proper thought processing, we have noticed that much of the work we do is long lasting, especially when the student continues to grow academically with all the right pathways in play. Many of our students have gone on to attend college or vocational school, and younger students start seeing improved grades, fewer tears and start to enjoy learning.
- Is there homework outside of class time?
- My student doesn’t think they need this, or that they are too old and this is childish. What do I say?
- My student has ADHD, I’m afraid he won’t be able to sit through a class.
- Do I need to get loads of supplies in order to do this?
- Payment expectations?
Check out this article to see what the differences are between education therapists and regular tutors and why there is a cost difference: https://www.understood.org/en/learning-thinking-differences/treatments-approaches/therapies/the-difference-between-tutors-and-educational-therapists
- Time expectations?
- What are your qualifications?
- Is homeschooling ok?
- Do you incorporate other therapies into the classes?
- Why do you look at the whole person and not just the problem areas?