Learning Disabilities Tutoring

Club Z! In-Home Tutoring Service is a dimensional tutoring company that provides tutoring for ADHD and other learning disabilities. Our supportive staff understands special needs tutoring can help relieve stress for families struggling with disabled children.

What Type of Learning Disabilities Do We Tutor?

Our professional tutors are well equipped to engage the challenge of tutoring children and adults with the following learning disabilities:

Tutoring Methods That Work for ADHD and Other Learning Disabilities

ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder), a condition faced by approximately two million students across the United States, has been a hot-button topic in the educational arena for years. Many of the same students affected by ADHD – up to 20 or 30 percent – also have a specific learning disability such as dyslexia, dyscalculia, dysgraphia, or an auditory and visual processing disorder. So what can you do to help your struggling ADHD student overcome their unique set of challenges and reach their educational potential? First, realize that academic success may still be a very real possibility. Second, make sure your child has the individualized help they need.

“A learning disability is nothing more than a slightly different ‘wiring’ of the brain,” explains our Club Z! spokesperson and Franchise Director Cari Diaz. While professionals state that a learning disability can never be “cured” or “fixed,” children given the appropriate help can often succeed and thrive in school. Club Z! tutors are trained in current and effective techniques for teaching the learning-disabled. Says Ms. Diaz, “By working with the differences instead of trying to teach against them, children with learning disabilities can be just as successful as their peers.”

Why Tutoring Can Help Your Disabled Child

Students with ADHD or other learning disabilities often have great difficulties in getting the unique instruction they need in a traditional classroom setting – another reason Club Z!’s in-home tutoring methods work great for these students. “By working within the home,” states Ms. Diaz, “our tutors can eliminate distractions and focus a child’s attention on specific tactics designed around specific disabilities. A home environment is also comforting to a student, meaning frustrations can be minimized.”

As many parents of ADHD children know, frustration and attention span can otherwise be huge obstacles. “By the end of a standard school day, many [children] have ‘reached their limit’ and the last thing they want to do is immediately dive into a tutoring session,” says Ms. Diaz. That’s one reason Club Z!’s scheduling is so flexible. By meeting with you and your child on your own turf and at times of your own choosing, we increase children’s responsiveness and maximize their ability to concentrate and learn.


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