Whether in pre-K or prepping for the LSAT, students find personalized curricula in Club Z! Tutoring's house calls. At the pupil's home or location of choice, instructors share subject-based or standardized-test-prep knowledge. The team estimates it's raised the grades of more than 300,000 studiers, and each one received lessons that were tailored to his or her specific needs and learning style.
At each of Brain Balance Center of Boston’s locations, a friendly staff of neuro-academic teachers, sensory-motor coaches, and nutrition experts put into effect their comprehensive program. In doing so, they aim to find customized, drug-free answers to behavioral and learning issues often associated with a variety of social disorders such as ADHD, dyslexia, and Asperger’s syndrome. These come in the form of an activity plan combined with nutritional guidelines.
Day One has worked to prevent, intervene in, treat, and address the after-effects of substance abuse in adolescents and young adults for nearly four decades, using in-school services, outpatient therapy, and a residential program. The residential program targets adolescent males who have succumbed to substance abuse. These clients live at the center for eight months to a year and undergo a series of challenges, setting goals to help learn how to make positive choices and healthy decisions. Outpatient services include individual, group, and play therapy for survivors of substance abuse or children affected by substance abuse. These participants use tools such as group discussion and creative writing to cope with the abuse or neglect they may have suffered. The center also engages youth in creating healthy futures through peer programs at local schools, where teens help each other talk through and develop strategies for overcoming substance abuse, eating disorders, or self-harm.