In 1999, H.E.L.P. began reaching out
to struggling students in grades 1-12 who are
experiencing difficulties in school due to learning
disabilities or ADD/ADHD.
The Community H.E.L.P. tutors work with students to
develop and improve their skills in reading,
spelling, writing, math, organization, and
Community H.E.L.P. exists to provide assistance for
students, ages 6-18, who may have been diagnosed as
having dyslexia or other learning disabilities. The
students often have a diagnosis of LD or
ADD/ADHD. Community H.E.L.P. provides one on one
instruction to improve a studentâ€™s basic skills.
Students progress as fast as they can and as slow as
they need to. The emphasis is on skills mastery and
understanding, not rote memorization. We believe
that LD and ADD/HD students can learn when taught
appropriately. All tutors in the Community H.E.L.P.
center believe that learning can and should be fun.
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