Education Support Services

Systematic Training in Executive Functioning Processes and Skills (S.T.E.P.S.) Program

A 12-session program that caters to learners in need of support with executive functions (i.e. time management, focus, decision making, self-regulation, etc.) and academic skills. Includes 1 assessment session at the beginning of the cycle (with a written report) and a feedback at the end.

Comprehensive Psycheducational Evaluation

Comprehensive psychological assessment of cognitive skills, academic achievement, language, executive functions, and socioemotional functioning of the child. Includes a written report and a post-assessment feedback session for the parents.

Special Education

Parent Consultation. Identify needs of parents/caregivers and child

Parent Coaching guiding parents during their child's daily activities, building engagement and communication with their child and facilitating interactions and activities between parent and child.

Direct Intervention provides special education tutorial, academic tutorial, educational and art projects during quarantine.

Reading Intervention

Parent Consultation. Parents, guardians, and teachers may reach out to a specialist in order to identify the needs of the child in reading and writing as well as the ways by which they can be supported and addressed.

Literacy Assessment. The child may be referred for this evaluation which is necessary in painting the child’s literacy profile through the use of formal and informal tools. The results are used as the basis for the creation of a literacy intervention program that aims to target the needs of the child.

Literacy Intervention. This is delivered through individualized sessions that are directed by a program created specifically to address the child’s areas for improvement.

Math Intervention

Program Consultation. Parents, and guardians may reach out to an interventionist to identify the learning needs of a child when it comes to his early Math skills as well as discuss developmentally appropriate ways and strategies to address these needs and support continuous skill-building.

Math Intake Assessment. The child may be referred to this evaluation using informal tools to identify his instructional level and to provide information regarding his current Math skills. In addition, the tool assesses foundational skills on number sense, operations, concept of fractions, etc. The results of this evaluation are used as the basis in planning for a Math intervention program designed to address identified learning needs.

Math Intervention. This is implemented through one-on-one sessions guided by an individualized Math intervention program. This program banks on the child’s strengths to bridge learning gaps and mainly applies visual and manipulative tools to teach specific Math skills.

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