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Our educational therapists specialize in working with students who have language-based learning differences, such as dyslexia. These learners benefit from multi-sensory structured language education (MSLE). Our approach includes auditory, kinesthetic, and visual activities to provide the necessary scaffolding needed to solidify foundational skills. Parallel specialists complete an interview and vetting process, are certified by Orton-Gillingham, and have a strong background in education.
Our educational therapists specialize in working with students who have language-based learning differences, such as dyslexia as well as various learning differences. Using a multi-sensory approach, we incorporate auditory, kinesthetic, and visual activities to provide the necessary scaffolding needed to solidify foundational skills. Parallel specialists complete an interview and vetting process, are Orton-Gillingham certified, and have a strong background in education.
Educational therapy is designed to support a child's learning differences or disabilities by building strong foundational learning skills. Our learning specialists center their interventions around a child's strengths, challenges, and needs, specifically in the areas of reading, writing and math. Desired outcomes of educational therapy include improved performance at school, the development of new skills and strategies, filling in any learning gaps and strengthening essential and foundational academic skills.
According to the CDC, ADHD is one of the most common neurodevelopmental disorders of childhood. Although often first diagnosed in childhood, it often lasts into adulthood. There are many characteristics which are often commonly associated with ADHD, such as attention difficulties, impulsivity, hyper-activity, etc. However, there are many times these behaviors could be attributed to something else and there are often other signs of ADHD which can be easily missed. We've put together a quick guide on what to look out for and what ADHD is, and isn't.
Remote services and tele-assessment have been increasing over the last several years, even more so post-pandemic. Parallel has built a tele-assessment platform to conduct virtual psychological assessments to diagnose Dyslexia, ADHD, and other learning and thinking differences. As clinicians, you may have curiosities around the process and validity of tele-assessment. We spoke with our Chief Clinical Officer, Dr. Jordan Wright, to answer your frequently asked questions.
Curious about Parallel? Want to learn more about what we do and, most importantly, how we can help you and your child? At Parallel, we offer a free consultation as a first step in building a wonderful partnership with you and your family. This 15 minute consultation allows us to get to know you and your child and help us find the right match of providers and care plan for you. Below are 7 reasons to book this free consultation with us today!