TUTORING AND EDUCATIONAL CONSULTING
We believe in nurturing young minds and fostering a love for learning. Our specialized tutoring services are designed to provide a supportive and engaging environment for children to flourish academically. Our tutor is a certified teacher who has experience working with children who are neurodiverse. She will cater to the unique learning styles of each child, ensuring that they not only grasp fundamental concepts but also develop a strong foundation for future academic success.
Whether your child needs assistance in a specific subject, homework support, or enrichment to challenge their abilities, our tutor is here to guide them on their educational journey. Join us in creating a positive and inspiring learning experience that empowers children to reach their full potential.
You can book a free phone consult by clicking the button below- our teacher/tutor will call you to discuss yours and your child's needs and determine what services might be beneficial!
Tutoring for children with unique needs, neurodiversity, physical disabilities
Subject specific tutoring
Kindergarten / school readiness
Fine motor skills and activities
Letters, alphabet, phonological awareness, reading, comprehension, writing
Numbers, counting, number sense and awareness and math
Conversation skills, taking turns with talking and listening
Following a schedule, following directions / instructions
Meeting, planning and assisting with parents who are homeschooling their children.
Reviewing documentation and plans (IEP, Adapted Plans) provided by a child's school.
Providing insight into the education system to parents/guardians.
Attending meetings to assist in parental understanding and child's success.
WHAT DOES A TUTORING SESSION LOOK LIKE?
Tutoring sessions are offered virtually, in-home or in-office (St. Boniface).
Each session will be specific to the child involved. The tutor and child will get to know each other and form a connection and relationship.
The tutor will focus and build upon the child’s likes and interests. Sessions may involve the use of manipulatives or toys, paper and pencil work,and/or games to teach and practice the skills that the child is learning and working on.
The tutor will follow the child’s lead, and will stop for movement or mind breaks when needed.
If families would like, we can integrate skills, and practice activities and goals from any other specialists or therapists that the child sees, for example SLP, PT, OT.
Sessions will be a positive experience and will be very flexible to what the child needs at the time of our session.