Many families seeking our services have a child that is struggling and they feel they are not getting the support they feel is necessary within the school system. We assess your child, outline their needs and help you advocate for them within school. Clinical evaluations can be helpful in determining present levels and growth areas of a student but often lack the application to school settings. Our case studies outline present levels, growth areas, and articulate the impact deficits have on accessibility to learning within a school setting.
The goal of interventions is to support kids in gaining skills before they fall further behind. We utilize interventions when working with students that are struggling in a certain area and have had no identified need for additional help. You may see your child falling behind in school, have a shift in mood or motivation, or start hearing concerns from the school and teachers more frequently. The intervention process is a tool we use to help better understand and problem solve the needs for individual learners.
If a child has English as their second language and is struggling in school, the intervention process is often used to determine the source of learning difficulties. The process helps to determine if the learning struggle is related to their language needs or learning differences.
The main focus of an intervention is to identify struggles and problem solve to understand their source. It is a data driven targeted approach to problem solving.