My Learning Springboard professionals believe in working collaboratively with related service experts across many fields, as appropriate, to support an individual student. Collaboration may include working with psychologists, social workers, psychiatrists, pediatricians, speech and language therapists, occupational therapists, special education attorneys, or a variety of other specialists. Psychologists, Social Workers, Pediatricians, and Psychiatrists Depending on […]
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How often have you heard these statements? “I just want to get this right.” “If I can’t find the right word to use here the sentence won’t be perfect.” “It’s so hard to put all the pieces together on paper.” “What if I don’t get an A?” “How do I compare with my peers?” “Sometimes […]
Ten years after graduating from Princeton University, I continue to see my peers achieve success in a wide variety of fields whether they attended an equally prestigious Ivy League school, a small liberal arts college, or a large public university. Anecdotally, I find that a person’s drive and dedication determine their success, not just the […]
For the past several years, Faya and I have worked with an increasing number of families needing to consider therapeutic school planning for their son or daughter. More often than not, these cases come forward when a family is in total crisis. These crises are typically in one of two categories: 1) the child is […]
You’ve been worried for some time and suspect that something more might be getting in the way of your child’s classroom achievement and interest in school. You’ve talked informally with teachers over the years and perhaps provided some extra support at home, but it’s still not enough. You finally decided to make a formal request […]