Lodi and Oakdale
Tutoring for Students with
Dyslexia, Dysgraphia, Dyscalculia, and Other Learning Problems
Dyslexia and Other Learning Disabilities Don't Just Magically Disappear!
Do you have a child who has dyslexia, dysgraphia, dyscalculia, or another learning disability? You aren't alone! One person in five has a learning difference like this, and the sad truth is that all too often, these bright kids with potentially promising futures are mishandled, misdiagnosed, and left to fall through the cracks of a system that doesn't work.
It's scary when your child isn't working up to his or her full potential, when report cards come home with D's and F's. When parent teacher conferences are a nightmare. When you have to watch your smart child's self-esteem fly out the door.
It's even more frightening when your child has been diagnosed with a learning disability and very few solutions are offered. When you spend hours on the internet searching for an answer because every day when you send your child to school, there's little or no help offered, only a watered-down curriculum that will never bring your child to grade level. When your child complains of being teased or bullied, when teachers are insensitive. When the only help available is an IEP, which is a form of Special Education.
It's easy to think your child will "outgrow" a learning disability like dyslexia, dysgraphia, or dyscalculia, but sadly, that doesn't happen, and each year that slips by without the proper help compounds the situation.
Your Worries are Over!
Harp Learning Institute in Lodi and Oakdale offers a way to fill in the gaps in your child's learning foundation. We go to the root of the problem instead of offering a short-term solution with our 5-Step learning system that turns struggling learners into independent, successful, happy students. Tests can then be passed with ease. Grades soar. Self-esteem increases. Homework can be done independently.
We offer two separate solutions.
Harp Learning Institute offers afternoon and evening 60-minute tutoring sessions that strengthen visual, auditory, and memory building skills along with brain integration exercises that build new neural pathways in the brain. Academics are presented by using unique physical and multi-sensory methodologies that work for the non-traditional learner.
You get to choose packages that start at $105.00 per month, and most of our packages include flexible scheduling with make-up sessions offered for when your child is sick or unable to attend.
Our hybrid private school provides a unique program for students who have learning disabilities that interfere with academic success. Your child with learning differences has a safe place to learn where we focus on reading, writing, spelling, and math. We also ensure that your child receives the same sensory exercises, multi-sensory academics, and brain integration that is critical that we offer in our tutoring sessions.
We do the heavy lifting for you and your exhausted learner. Students attend for fifteen hours a week so they have "down time" to let their brains process information and keep them from being held in an environment that doesn't work for them.
Learning Should Be Fun and Easy!
The process of learning should come naturally and at a predictable pace. But for many students, the process of learning just doesn't click. Sometimes it is actually painful! That is where an intervention program that systematically fills in missing learning gaps comes into play. The very one we have used for over fifteen years at the Harp Learning Institute!
Dyslexia, Dyscalculia, and Dysgraphia are Usually the True Problem! Other Learning Disabilities Can Affect the Student as Well.
This results in academic failure!
It doesn't have to be this way. A scientific formula for success has been in place with Harp Learning Institute since 2000. Students with dyslexia, dyscalculia, dysgraphia, and other learning disabilities such as autism and central auditory processing disorders have been overcome by thousands of students with our 5-Step Formula.
20 to 30% of the students in every classroom struggle with the process of learning! That equates to a multitude of students being left behind, falling through the cracks of the system.
The traditional approach to help struggling students is to assign more academics, taught in the same manner that didn't work in the first place! If a student has an auditory processing disorder, visual processing disorder, or any other learning disability, more academics won't fix the problem! You have to go to the root of the problem to fix it! And that is what we do, every day. Our results are astounding.