Educational Therapy Services

Educational Therapy offers children and adults with learning disabilities and other learning challenges a wide range of intensive, individualized interventions designed to remediate learning problems. Educational therapists create and implement a treatment plan that utilizes information from a variety of sources including the client’s social, emotional, psychoeducational, and neuropsychological context.

Evaluation

Prior to starting, students are assessed to determine their individual needs. An initial assessment includes academic and processing evaluation with a written report detailing the test scores and the student’s strengths and weaknesses. Program recommendations are provided.

  • Academic: Reading, Math, Written and Spoken Language
  • Psycho-Educational Assessment
  • Processing
  • Behavioral
  • Occupational Therapy
  • Initial Assessment $300

Educational Therapy

EIS takes a whole child approach when working with a child with a Learning Disability. We see the child in the context of the school, family, and peers and help to address a child’s social and emotional needs as well as academic concerns and processing challenges.

Educational Therapy

  • Dyslexia
  • Dyscalculia
  • Memory
  • Processing
  • Attention

Study Skills

  • Organization
  • Calendaring
  • Study Plans
  • Study Strategies

Programs & Scheduling

Individual Sessions (AM/PM)

  • Individualized Intervention Programs
  • Flexible scheduling (morning or afternoons)
  • Minimum 2 times per week for 12 week sessions

Customized Home Schooling Programs

  • Customize your own individual or group morning sessions
  • 5 times per week for 3 month sessions

Summer Sessions

  • Let EIS hone and accelerate your student’s skills over the summer break
  • Minimum 2 times per week for 5 weeks
  • Flexible scheduling

Our Team

Lili Walker has a M.A. in Special Education, with an emphasis on Learning Disabilities from Chapman University. She has a Resource Specialist Credential and a Multiple Subjects Elementary Credential. Lili has over 12 years of broad experience in education, ranging from 1st-8th grades, General Education and Special Education (LO). Through her diverse experience she has developed a vast array of strategies across the curriculum which allow her teaching methodologies to be individualized to students unique learning modalities. She has taught from a variety of Reading programs including: Orton-Gillingham, SRA, Lindamood Bell, Read Naturally, Reading Recovery and Dystar. In Math she has worked with the Common Core Series, “Bridges”, “Touch Math”, “Facts Wise”, amongst others. Lili offers a unique individual touch in working with her students, allowing for each student to build character, self-esteem with fun and creativity.

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