Thinking about getting a private tutor for your child? If you’ve noticed that your child has been struggling to cope with their schoolwork, that may be an excellent idea!

That added instruction outside school helps hone their skillset. It also takes away the pressure of speaking up and asking questions in a group setting. This type of tutoring is specially tailored for kids who have learning disabilities, and may not be able to make the best out of their regular in-classroom education. 

At Read Write Think in Vaughan, our learning disability tutoring takes into account the exact challenges your child is facing, and focuses on creating a lesson plan that bridges these gaps. 

Our highly trained tutors have a wealth of experience with learning disabled students and help them conquer their remedial struggles.


Quick Overview of Learning Disabilities

What are the different types of learning disabilities? Special education tutoring has had a tremendous success rate with students who show symptoms of;

  • Auditory Processing Disorder (affects how sound is interpreted by the brain)
  • Dyscalculia (affects the ability to grasp numbers and math concepts)
  • Dysgraphia (affects fine motor abilities)
  • Dyslexia (affects reading and processing skills)
  • Language Processing Disorder (affects language-based processing ability)
  • Non-verbal learning disorders (affects motor, visual-spatial and social skills)
  • Visual-motor deficit (affects the ability to process and interpret what is seen)
  • Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder – ADHD (affects the ability to stay focused and control hyperactivity)
  • Dyspraxia (affects muscle coordination, language, speech)
  • Memory issues (affects short- and long-term memory and poses difficulties in understanding information)

Trust your child’s education to our trained tutors! Special needs students succeed when they have the right learning tools. Our tutors have direct experience working with such students and tailor lesson plans to cater to their unique learning profiles. 

On that note, we’ve elaborated on a few ways a private tutor can help your child;


  1. Individualized Learning Experience

Regular classroom settings were created to provide a bulk learning experience without taking each student’s learning needs into consideration. The teacher has a fixed curriculum and a limited amount of time to get through it. This means your child will not be able to have their doubts sorted out at length, as the lesson cannot be delayed for one student. 

Private tutoring changes that! Your child is able to relax and benefit from a lesson plan that was specifically created for him/her, keeping in mind their learning drawbacks. Lessons are imparted in bite-sized chunks so as to maximize information retention. 


  1. One-on-One Tutoring to Avoid Distractions

Your child may feel self-conscious when it comes to speaking their mind in front of their peers for fear of judgment. Oftentimes, children choose to stay silent in such cases and the lesson proceeds with their doubts still unaddressed. 

With private tutoring, the teacher is able to provide a valuable one-on-one tutoring experience that your child doesn’t get elsewhere. That way, they can sort out their issues on the spot and move forward with complete and precise information. 


  1. Promotes Self-Paced and Autonomous Learning

Our tutors are big on initiative. They encourage your child to take charge of their lessons, do their homework without coercion and enjoy the overall learning experience. This approach is meant to help your child lose their negative attitude towards school and enjoy their lessons. 

With self-paced learning, your child is never overwhelmed. This is another key factor that ensures learning retention and helps them catch up in class!


  1. Improves Self-Confidence

Your child isn’t left to their own devices as they usually are in regular classroom settings. This often causes them to feel neglected by the teacher. Private tutoring for learning disabled students helps foster a sense of confidence by giving them the skills they need to excel in their studies. 

Nothing will be more rewarding for your child than seeing their report card reflect their hard work.  


  1. Provides Regular Feedback to Accelerate Improvement

The parent’s involvement in their child’s learning is very important. At Read Write Think, we conduct regular assessments during the school year to measure your child’s progress. These progress reports will be shared with you so that you may provide your own insights and recommendations on how we can improve. 

Because our lessons focus on regular assessments and immediate corrective feedback, your child’s performance improves much faster. 


A Learning Disability Shouldn’t Hinder Your Child’s Education

Our Tutors Can Help Them Excel in the Classroom

At Read Write Think, our trained staff will first piece together your child’s learning profile to identify the tutor and program they would most benefit from!

Request an assessment.