1-to-1 Home Support Children with Learning Differences

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Teacher Lin
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1-to-1 Home Support Children with Learning Differences

Post by Teacher Lin » Tue Mar 04, 2014 10:40 pm

Our belief: "Every Child is Special....No Child Left Behind" :imanisland:

We are a team of teachers passionate about supporting children with learning differences. All trained and experienced with children diagnosed or undiagnosed with various learning differences - ASD, ADHD, Dyslexia, Speech Delays etc. Our aim is to provide learning support and early intervention for your child (preschool and Primary levels) in the comfort of your homes. Call our coordinator Lena at 6908 5539, we will be glad to listen and have a chat with you on how best to support your child's learning. If we do miss your call, we will return your missed call at the earliest possible time. In which case, drop us an email: kidspartners@hotmail.com with your enquiry. :goodpost:

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Re: 1-to-1 Home Support Children with Learning Differences

Post by aleris » Sun Aug 16, 2015 12:18 am

As parent's are getting more and more busy with work, special clinics in Singapore has been catering their plans to fit these group of people. Coming from someone who frequently visits such special needs clinics for their seminar talks, I'm aware of a few of them that provides 1 to 1 home support for children. Just a few examples in Singapore would be SpecialKids & OliveTree. In fact, the number of special needs clinics in Singapore has been on the rise recently.

Just to share my knowledge, if any of you parents would be interested in 1-to-1 home support, there is one upcoming seminar that I'll be attending as well by MindCulture. It will be on the 28th August 2015 and the best part is that it is free ! They will be touching on common behavioral issues as well as parenting strategies and intervention plans.

More info can be found out on their Gumtree URL : http://www.gumtree.sg/a-events/d11-+-ne ... 0675750909

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Re: 1-to-1 Home Support Children with Learning Differences

Post by krenshaw » Mon Sep 14, 2015 2:25 pm

Hi~Have you find a Chinese tutor?I am a Chinese live in Helsinki with my 2 boys. Though I am a Chinese ,I'd like to have my kids taught by a professional Chinese teacher which will be better for they to learn and understand. I think it's really difficult to find a good tutor here, I met one but he has accent! So I find a teacher online for my 2 boys .I think that's a good choice cause my kids took their free trail and I was with them.here's the kid class's website: http://www.hanbridgemandarin.com/course ... r-children
By the way my boys is learning on pinyin these days.What are your kids learning now?

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Re: 1-to-1 Home Support Children with Learning Differences

Post by nikkei121 » Wed Apr 27, 2016 5:15 pm

Olivetree teachers are freelancers. No issue but one of them cancelled lesson last minute before lesson time commences. Bad experience.

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Re: 1-to-1 Home Support Children with Learning Differences

Post by CHEERS LS » Mon Jul 11, 2016 5:09 pm

Hi, you can check out Cheers Learning Services. Ex MOE or special school teachers. Providing home based tuition, counselling and therapy island wide. www.cheerslearning.com


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Invitation to participate in study: Improving relationship between mother and child

Post by NTU ASD01 STUDY » Mon Oct 21, 2019 4:13 pm

ARE YOU A MOTHER OF A CHILD WITH ASD?
Sign up for our study to help us learn about your relationship with your child.  Your involvement in the study would consist of completing a one-hour online survey. You can complete the study at your convenience and will be compensated for your time. 

Mothers of a child with ASD who is between the ages of 3-7 years old are eligible to participate. 

If interested, call Ms. Chloe Hong at +65 9652 8075 or email asdresearch01@gmail.com.  Alternatively, contact the Social and Affective Neuroscience Lab at 65921573. For more information on the study, call with questions. 
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