10 Tips to Beat the Summer Slide

10 Tips to Beat the Summer Slide By Megan Hughes, M.A., CCC-SLP Speech-Language Pathologist With summer quickly approaching, many of us are looking forward to summertime fun, sun, and NO SCHOOL! But summer also means less structure and not enough activities that focus on learning. Kids often return to school…

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10 Questions to Ask a Tutor

Enrichment Therapy & Learning Center Answers By: Sonia Culver, M.A., CCC-SLP 1. What are their qualifications? Does your prospective tutor have a degree in Education or Speech-Language Pathology? Many do not. It is important to choose a tutor who is trained in identifying underlying missing links that may be contributing…

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Visualize It: 5 Strategies for Success

Visualize It: 5 Strategies for Success By Haley Hall, B.A. Learning Specialist & LEAP Instructor To visualize means to create a mental image, or to imagine. As a learning strategy, visualizing helps improve a child’s concept imagery, as well as their ability to retain information, follow complex directions, communicate thoughts…

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Enrichment Therapy & Learning Center: YOUR School Choice!

Enrichment Therapy & Learning Center: YOUR School Choice! By Jaimi Bird, M.A., CCC-SLP Are you looking for alternatives or extra educational support for your child?  At Enrichment Therapy & Learning Center we can help.   Our goal is to help all children achieve success academically, socially and communicatively.  This week…

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Does your child struggle in a typical classroom?

Does your child struggle in a typical classroom? Check out our academic program, LEAP!   LEAP is a small-group, classroom program designed for students who learn best in an environment with minimal distractions and a low student to teacher ratio. We focus on the core subjects of reading, math, writing,…

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Counting with Beads

  Counting with Beads By Haley Hall, B.A. LEAP Instructor & Learning Specialist Are you looking for a fun new way to practice math with your little one? This simple activity helps improve a child’s one-to-one correspondence, counting, and fine motor skills. You will need: pipe cleaners, pony beads, masking…

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