Providers and centers that offer an array of different tests to determine if your child has a learning disability.
Vermont Learning Lab offers one on one tutoring, homework support, and Pre-K reading groups. It provides a very structured and calm environment where children can enhance their academic skills. Vermont Learning Lab is able to provide advice about learning disabilities and IEPs, and they can recommend further testing when necessary.
A mother of a 7 year old dyslexic states: “A friend recommended Jenna shortly before my son was diagnosed with dyslexia. From the very beginning she was amazing at working with his quirky behavior and has always made learning fun for him. After only working with him for 7 months, I can confidently say she taught my son to read and has completely turned his confidence around. It is obvious that Jenna cares deeply for all of her ‘kiddos’ and always has their best interest in mind. We have also worked with Sara for some math tutoring over the summer and she was wonderful as well!”
Mary Wright is a psychologist and educational consultant who comes highly recommended by professionals and parents in the community. Mary has expertise in assessments, understanding of learning profiles, offers thorough academic recommendations, and shows compassion while working with clients.
The Stern Center for Language and Learning provides individual learning evaluations as well as psychoeducational evaluations. There are many qualified providers that can perform evaluations.
The Stern Center also offers individual instruction in:
Reading Fluency and Comprehension
- Writing Mechanics, Composition, and Grammar
- Math Operations and Problem Solving