Parallel works as one team with a single mission -- to help your child succeed. We work together to provide your family continuous support and ensure your child is building a strong foundation for long-term success.
No family should be forced to wait a year or break the bank for an evaluation. Parallel gives students access to licensed, top-tier clinicians and educational specialists, all from the comfort and privacy of your home! Students are seen within a month for an evaluation.
Parallel providers work directly with your family to understand referral concerns, set goals and determine what success looks like. Each student receives a personalized growth plan targeted at uplifting their strengths and overcoming their weaknesses.
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This was very different from our last testing experience. The psychologist made sure my son felt included and gave us really specific ways we can support him at school and at home.
Couldn’t be happier my daughter’s teacher recommended Parallel. In just a few weeks, her confidence has noticeably increased.
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As children grow older and spend less and less time developing the skills necessary to learn to read, they make a switch to being able to read to learn. Once your child is past the emergent literacy stage, they will really start to engage in deep levels of reading for meaning. There are many ways you can help facilitate this learning at home. Here are 5 ways to help boost your older child and teen's literacy skills!
Learning differences come in many iterations, looking different from one person to the next. You might have heard the expression "The 3 D's" in the learning and medical communities. But what does that mean? The 3 D's represent dyslexia, dysgraphia, and dyscalculia. While many children and adults might be diagnosed with just one of these learning disabilities, there are also times when someone is diagnosed with all three. In this blog we break down each of these LD's and what to look for.