The Community H.E.L.P division of our program exists to provide assistance for students between the ages of 6-18 who have been diagnosed with Add/ADHD or a specific learning disability.
Community H.E.L.P. provides one on one instruction to improve a student’s basic skills, placing emphasis on skills development and mastery rather than on rote memorization. Students in the Community Division are encouraged to progress as “fast as they can, but as slow as they need to.”
The Community H.E.L.P. tutors work with students to develop and improve their skills in reading, spelling, writing, math, organization, and self-esteem building. All tutoring sessions are conducted one-on-one to accommodate the specific needs of the student.
Community H.E.L.P. administrators and tutors are in regular contact with parents regarding the students’ progress and are willing, if requested by the parent, to work with the student’s school to address needs, discuss interventions and track progress.
Our tutors are also pleased to work with homeschooled students who have been diagnosed with ADD/ADHD or a specific learning disability.
Parents and students who suspect the presence of a learning disability that has not yet been diagnosed are welcome to consult with the H.E.L.P. program, though should be aware that there is almost always a waiting list for diagnostics.