Mary works closely with the students, parents, teachers and other specialists involved to coordinate goals and keep an informed team. A written report is sent to the parents / adult student at the end of each semester.
What teaching methods are used?
Each subject is broken down into the psychoneurologic ability components needed to perform it. How a child tackles a subject reveals what strengths are contributing and which weaknesses are interfering. Students are taught techniques which use their strengths to compensate for weaknesses. Various theories are refined and blended to design the most efficient technique for a student to succeed at each skill level.
Progress reports are written at the end of each semester: January, June, and August. They discuss the progress the student has made and recommendations are made for the future.