Learning Disability Programs

Our learning disability programs are some of the best in the country. Whether you need help diagnosing your learning disability, understanding the IEP process from an experienced viewpoint, or access to at home study products you can use yourself, we’ve got you covered with everything you need.

We are members of and therapists for the International Dyslexia Association and belong to the American Counseling Association and American Supervision and Curriculum Development Association. Furthermore, we’ve  been helping students from kindergarten through college since 1966 and provide a full range of educational services.

Our tutors are certified, experienced teachers who know how to communicate well and relate to their students. And we make every effort to match our students with our tutors. We have a 100% satisfaction guarantee, so we can be sure that your experience in our learning disability program will be beneficial.

We focus on three key areas: the IEP, Reading Improvement, Math Skills and How To Study Effectively.  Our IEP Program takes you through all aspects of the IEP. Specifically, we’ll help you understand the who, what, where, when and why of the IEP. We’ll also review what’s expected of you, your child and what you should expect from the schools.

Using games and fun activities—along with carefully selected books and workbooks—your child will learn to read and do math as quickly as possible because each lesson is designed specifically around your child’s needs and learning style.

Finally, our learning disability programs tackle the subjects that can be key to a child’s success. Often it is lack of organization or poor study skills that holds students back. Using our STRONG Methods to improve study skills and organizational skills removes a major impediment to school success.

Our programs require no contract and are as convenient as it needs to be for you.  Please call us today at 845-628-7910 for an appointment or private consultation. We’re getting busy this time of the year, so don’t delay.


You can find out more by visiting our learning disability program archives.


  1. What type of degree does a person need to become a teacher in the learning disabilities field?

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