We Can Help
My child does not have a learning disability, but has difficulty with certain subjects. Can you help?
Yes, we can! We provide one-on-one tutoring in every school subject.
I'm an adult who is going back to school, or thinking of getting my GED, and I need some tutoring. Can you help?
Absoultely! Adults seeking to improve personal skills in preparation for GED, college courses, and the workplace may improve reading, writing, and math.
Study skills, test-taking techniques, and time management are offered in a one-on-one tutorial setting with a Master or Ph.D. level instructor.
As a parent I'm concerned my learning disabled child is not getting the education they are legally entitled to receive. Can you help?
Let LDC be your advocate. LDC helps to empower parents with the knowledge of the legal entitlements and accommodations available to their children with special needs under FAPE (Free and Appropriate Public Education) and IDEA (Individuals with Disabilities Education Act) in alignment with the Common Core Standards.
LDC may attend Individual Educational Planning Team (IEPT) meetings or Individual Educational Plan (IEP) meetings with parents to empower them to ask for and to receive the entitlements and accommodations to which their children are deserving of under federal law and state regulations.
LDC can assist workers with learning disabilities to achieve equity in the workplace under the ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act).
English is not my first language. What can you do to help me?
LDC is here to help you improve your English, and if necessary, prepare for TOEFL (Test Of English as a Foreign Language).
I may be in need of speech and language therapy. Can you help?
LDC's certified speech and language pathologists provide comprehensive testing and evaluation reports for disorders of speech and language. LDC provides speech and language therapy by CCC specialists with their Master degrees.