At Mind and Movement Educational Therapy, Judy believes in helping her students thrive! Her purpose is to provide great educational therapy while working with you to make an individualized program for your child. Judy operates out of a home based office near Dorchester. She also provides a number of movement therapies to help mature a client’s brain.
NILD Educational Therapy
This therapy program is for children, teens or adults. Sessions are 90 minutes in length with a frequency of two times per week. The sessions include a variety of techniques designed to address students’ specific areas of difficulty and to improve their overall ability to think, reason and process information. Techniques emphasize basic skill areas such as reading, writing, spelling and math and applying reasoning skills within each area. Read more about NILD Educational Therapy on NILD Canada’s website
Search & Teach
Search and Teach is an enrichment program for children from kindergarten through grade two. Sessions are typically 45-60 minutes in length with a frequency of two times a week. These sessions include a variety of techniques designed to address students’ specific areas of difficulty, particularly the perceptual weaknesses identified in the Search Scan. The tasks are grouped in clusters which include visual, visual-motor, auditory, body-image and intermodal skills. Read more on NILD Canada’s website.
Why Enrol Your Child in Mind and Movement Educational Therapy…
- We are committed to supporting your child each step of the way. We understand that we have all experienced failure and struggles along the way. We are here to be their cheerleader!
- We are committed to keeping you informed on your child’s progress and offering support to you, the parent.
- Our hours are flexible. We will do our best to accommodate you and your child’s schedule. Please remember that our therapy is truly a ‘therapy’ and thus will be tiring for your child. It would be ideal if your child could enroll during school hours.
- And most importantly, our goal is to promote development of confidence and competence in your child. It’s a continuum – as confidence builds, competence follows…as confidence increases, competence builds.
The result? Your child is on the road to success!