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 firstname.lastname@example.org
Many successful adults struggled in school. There are many different types of intelligence and traditional education tends to focus on a limited few.
"I was, on the whole, considerably discouraged by my school days. It was not pleasant to feel oneself so completely outclassed and left behind at the beginning of the race."