Are you a school in need of special education services? We provide services to many schools, including charter schools, throughout West Michigan. Our professional staff includes speech language pathologists, occupational therapists, school social workers, school psychologists, and teacher consultants. Read more.
Our tutors have over 25 years of experience working with students of all ages who have are living with a learning disability perhaps due to a traumatic brain or spinal cord injury or a disorder in understanding or using language. Individual one-on-one tutoring sessions focus directly on the student for maximum progress. Contact us for more information.
Is your child in need of a little extra help in speech or occupational therapy? Our therapists can supplement therapy received in school for faster progress. We also help children who do not get special education services. We have classes for parents and teachers, too! Read more.
Family Literacy Programs
The Read to Me program helps families with zero to five year old children foster literacy in their homes. Books are given away as parents learn how children learn to read and how to read to their children. Results are published in a white paper: Read more.
The Champion Reader Workshops build language and reading skills of preschool to second grade students. Parents and children engage in hands-on activities that encourages learning and reading.
Does your child need summer therapy to maintain the skills he or she learned in school? For 28 years, our summer program, Therapy and Fun, has offered children nine hours of intensive therapy per week and gives families support, encouragement, and respite. We integrate speech-language, motor and sensory therapies to maximize progress for children with disabilities. Read more.
Are you looking for a meaningful summer service learning program? At Therapy and Fun, volunteers get real-life career experience working alongside therapists. Through our unique combination of therapy, mentoring, and volunteerism we promote a culture dedicated to positively supporting children with disabilities. Read more.
Are you often misunderstood when you speak to people at work? Do you find yourself repeating yourself because of your homeland accent? Our speech-language pathologists can help you more effectively communication and reduce frustration. Read more.
Families usually want to help keep an extended family member in their own homes -and independent. Families need to understand how to make the home safe from falling hazards and user friendly for the senior resident. Our therapists can help identity and eliminate hazards which might cause accidents and make simple suggestions that may enhance activities of daily living. Read more.
Our professional staff serves adults experiencing a disabilities who may be living in group homes, in mental health agencies or in other community health agencies. Contact us for more information.