NOLA LEARNING SUPPORT
And Consulting, L3C
*A Low Profit Limited Liability Company with a mission to provide intervention and academic support to students with mild/ moderate learning differences
in the city of New Orleans, Louisiana
Areas of Expertise:
Orton Gillingham Based Dyslexia Remediation
Academic Solutions for Students with
Mild to Moderate Learning Differences
Advocacy for Services for Mild to Moderate Learning Differences
School Consulting for Students with Mild to Moderate Learning Differences
As parents of two grown children who have dyslexia, we know there is a need for support for students and parents in New Orleans. Even as educators, we often felt overwhelmed seeing our own two children struggle. It was difficult to know who to turn to for help, and at times it was emotionally and financially trying. With the help of the right professionals, we learned to advocate for our children to get them the support, understanding and the accommodations they deserved. Without the right guidance, students with learning differences can be left with low self-esteem and inadequate preparation for years to come.
With Kate's experience in early childhood education and Educational Therapy and Todd's experience with middle school, high school and college students, students will be welcomed into a learning center where, as a team, we both will offer support to those needing reading, spelling, writing, and organizational interventions. We use a variety of assessments, research and evidence based programs, and strategies specifically tailored to each student. By partnering with parents and teachers, we provide measurable academic success which leads to gains in students' self-confidence and pride. In the past, we have offered private 1-1 sessions at our Uptown offices as well as on a variety of school campuses and students' homes. Beginning in March of 2020, we also started offering our services via Zoom. Together, we provide practical, effective education support drawn from years of experience. Whether your child is in the first grade or the twelfth grade, we can assist in helping him or her meet success and build self-advocacy skills to live happier lives.