Educational Therapy is a form of therapy used to treat individuals with learning differences, disabilities, and challenges. This form of therapy offers a wide range of intensive interventions that are designed to resolve learners' learning problems.
What is Educational Therapy?
Educational therapists provide a consultation with the parent and child to better understand the area of improvement. We develop intervention plans and use assessments to track progress to address academic skills like reading, spelling, and math to help develop critical thinking. As a way to involve the child in the intervention process, we work with them individually to help them create personal goals to target other key skills needed for lifelong learning.
How does it work?
Our goal is to fill in the missing gaps in your child’s knowledge, provide them with the skills necessary to be independent learners, and help boost their confidence by allowing them to grow in a comfortable learning environment. Sessions are 60-90 mins to give your child the best support to achieve their goals.