Each student is different. Careful diagnosis that can assess the unique nature of each student’s learning style is critical to a successful educational program.
Each student’s program must be built around individual strengths and weaknesses. No single program can serve all students with learning difficulties. The focus must always be on the student – not on the materials or methods.
Students with average intellectual ability who have learning difficulties can master the skills they find most difficult.
Information processing and language skills are the key to success in education and in the future work place. These skills must be learned and not by-passed.
The cornerstone of learning is the highly developed human relationship between a teacher and student. This relationship allows the student to develop self confidence in the context of both academic and personal growth.