The Family’s Not The Problem

Jill Stowell General Information, Learning Disability

The Family’s Not The Problem. The Problem Is The Problem And The Problem Can Be Solved. This statement was made by a colleague, a local Marriage and Family Therapist, Judy Riggan, and I thought it was brilliant. We both work with children and families who are dealing with learning challenges of some kind and were talking about how having one …

Sometimes it Takes More Than a Tutor (Part 3)

Jill Stowell General Information, Learning Disability

This week we’ll finish looking at 5 big differences between tutoring and cognitive educational therapy, and how you know which is right for your child. #1 Tutoring typically focuses on supporting academic skills or school subjects and cognitive educational therapy addresses the underlying processing or thinking skills that are needed in order for a someone to learn easily in school, …

Sometimes it Takes More Than a Tutor (Part 2)

Jill Stowell General Information, Learning Disability

5 Differences Between Tutoring and Cognitive Educational Therapy Last week we started talking about 5 big differences between tutoring and cognitive educational therapy, and how you know which is right for your child. #1 Tutoring typically focuses on academic skills or school subjects and cognitive educational therapy addresses the underlying processing or thinking skills that are needed in order for …