We collaborate with your school staff and constituent families to proactively identify and respond to students with mild learning support needs through implementing best practices in Response to Intervention and Differentiated Instruction. Whether that need is associated with a Learning Disability, Attention Deficit/Hyperactive Disorder (AD/HD), Autism Spectrum Disorder (including Asperger’s Syndrome), Sensory Processing Disorder, an Emotional Impairment or an undiagnosed need, we work with your Christ-centered school to help struggling students succeed.
We begin the conversation for each struggling student with a look at their God-given strengths and gifts. Through observations and testing, we collaborate with you to identify areas of need and put plans in place to help each student grow academically, spiritually, and socially.
Planning for the success of each struggling student may include creating:
Individualized Student Plans
In public school settings, this is known as an Individualized Education Plan (IEP). Our plans identify neurodevelopmental areas of strengths and need, and include a description of our remediation strategies developed around the student.
Classroom Accommodation Plans
Based on the learning profile developed for the struggling student, we work with you to create accommodations that adjust the student’s educational experience. This may involve altering the presentation of teacher-led information, the way the student engages with that information, or the way in which the student expresses what he or she has learned.
Section 504 Plans
If a Section 504 plan is necessary, we work with you to craft a plan based on the student’s needs.