Services

Customized Instruction for Students who Struggle with:

Academic and Psychological Assessments

Educational Technology

Home Schooling Program

Assessments

Before any type of instruction begins at the Centre, a student must be assessed to provide insight about why they are struggling. It is helpful to think about testing as falling into two major categories: Academic Assessments Psychological or Cognitive Assessments Academic Assessments Academic assessments provides an indication of a person’s level of academic functioning. They …

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Educational Technology

The Centre for Literacy is pleased to announce that it is now providing a full range of consulting and training services in the area of educational technology. These services include: Assessments – Determining the best educational technology needed to meet a student’s needs Training – One-on-one or group training on the use of software or …

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Home Schooling Program

Home Schooling Students with Exceptional Learning Needs Some parents elect to home school because the academic and social needs of their exceptional child are not being effectively addressed in a traditional school environment. The exceptional needs of these home schooled students may be caused by language or math based learning disabilities or difficulties. Support at …

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Mathematics

Individualized instruction to support students with math disabilities (dyscalculia or calculexia) has begun at the Centre on a limited basis. Instruction is: Customized to meet a student’s individualized strengths and learning challenges Utilizes well researched and effective interventions provided by highly qualified instructors Offered in a nurturing and caring environment   The Centre can benefit students …

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Reading & Writing

The Centre for Literacy uses a clinical approach to support students of all ages who struggle with reading, writing, spelling and comprehension. Interventions (or teaching methods) used by the Centre are well-researched and effective. Programs are multi-sensory. This means they engage the student. It also means the student uses many different parts of their brain during the …

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