Help your child excel beyond their diagnosed or suspected learning differences.
A word on your student's success from Lorette Keane:
As the parent of a dyslexic (now a college grad!), I recognize the emotional importance of remediation to bring a student up to grade level. In addition, I feel that coaching is a key ingredient for success. This approach helps a student begin a process of self awareness and self acceptance, and acquire very important self advocacy skills. Self advocacy is essential for a student to become a self-regulated, strategic learner, and an independent adult.
All children can learn, just not on the same day or in the same way.
Inside every struggling student is a confident learner waiting to be discovered. Through my work I have come to believe that all children have the desire and the ability to learn.
Learning can often be obstructed by a one-size-fits-all approach. Through individually tailored, one-on-one instruction, I give students of all ages the tools they need to unlock their full potential.
Every student is unique, especially a student with learning disabilities. By identifying strengths and weakness in processing, I can help a student utilize those strengths to build upon the weaker areas.
If I can help in any way please contact me:
Lorette Keane at