- Autism and Aspergers
- Speech and Language Delays
- Developmental Delays
- Cerebral Palsey
- Brain injuries
- Other neurological disorders, i.e., pervasive developmental disabilities, etc.
Adoption and Blended Families
The adopted child as well as those who find themselves in a new setting after a divorce have their own challenges. Preparing for change and early intervention can help the child transition with greater ease. This can result in a sense of safety and calm as the child is supported in integrating, giving meaning to, and eventually accepting the changes they are experiencing.
There is always a reason for a behavior, but often children do not have the skills or self-knowledge to understand what they are experiencing.
This program is for children with a different style of learning who often find mainstream schooling to be a challenge. Improve concentration, motivation, organizational and social skills. Better reading, writing, spelling and math skills.
Due to lack of motivation, emotional issues (fear, anxiety), self-defeating behaviours, low self-esteem or other social issues, these children function below their capacity.
Help is available to improve focus, concentration, motivation, getting organized and achieving timely results.