As many of you know, the process of finding the best after school, academic and remedial support for your child is plagued with many challenges. Even if you have a great evaluation that discloses your child’s learning strengths and weaknesses, it is difficult to find a local professional that has the expertise that your child needs.
The Lack of Skilled, Accessible Learning Specialists is a Great Frustration for Many Parents:
This is a huge challenge for many families in rural areas. What’s more, the costs for one-to-one services can be difficult to manage and many professionals are booked solid. Finally, many parents don’t have the time in their schedule to be driving their children round town from appointment to appointment.
But Things are Changing:
Every day, more and more trained tutors, learning specialists, and educational therapists have adopted online tools that allows them to provide high quality, multisensory academic and remedial support to our kids through the Internet.
But Many Important Questions Need to Be Addressed:
- How does one find skilled professionals online?
- What do all those titles mean, and which option is best for my child?
- How do I determine if they have the right skills?
- How do I figure out if they are the right person for my child?
We have just launched a 4-part online workshop (and downloadable materials) that addresses all these questions and more!
We cover topics including:
- The benefits of online instruction and remediation.
- The types of key professionals that support students through online platforms.
- How and where to find the best person to work with your child.
- The 14 best questions to ask when you interview prospective online candidates.
- What online instruction and remediation sessions should look like--including a video demonstration.
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Come take a look at more details about our workshop here…
I have created an online support platform and course for creating a successful, private practice for tutors, learning specialists and educational therapists. What's more, I will be adding additional courses over the next year. If you want to be kept abreast of this project, be sure to sign up for my project newsletter that will be offering freebies and unique opportunities: CLICK HERE. If you would like to learn more about the courses that are currently available CLICK HERE.
Dr. Erica Warren is the author, illustrator and publisher of multisensory educational materials at Good Sensory Learning and Dyslexia Materials. She is also the director of Learning to Learn and Go Dyslexia, in Ossining, NY. To learn more about her products and services, you can go to https://godyslexia.com/, www.goodsensorylearning.com, www.dyslexiamaterials.com & www.learningtolearn.biz