Does your child struggle to process information quickly? Have you witnessed your child trying to explain what he means only to “talk around” the idea, leaving you to guess what the idea is? He knows what he wants to say, but can’t find the words to say it. Your child...
Understanding students educational needs and will help teachers create productive classroom accommodations. There are many types of learning challenges and each type requires different classroom accommodation. Some of the most common learning issues are auditory...
Flashcards are a great study tool to build memory skills. Almost all classes have information that must be memorized. Flashcards allow students to actively engage with material as they quiz themselves on the material. Both sides of the cards can be used to mix-up the...
Flexible thinking and problem solving are key components of learning. We are constantly presented with questions needing an answer. “What time do we need to leave to make it to school on time? “ How cold will it be tomorrow?” “ Who is picking me up today?” Whether...
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For over 20 year Melissa Mullin, Ph.D. has been identifying and remediating the skills students need to become successful learners. Each child’s unique profile is considered as she and her team at the K&M Center teach the best path toward academic achievement. The articles in this blog share their knowledge.
The K & M Center focuses on a whole child approach to learning.
The K&M Center specializes in remediating dyslexia, processing speed issues, ADHD, executive functioning disorder, dysgraphia, language processing issues, and auditory processing issues.
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Based on your child’s learning profile, we will create a plan that works
All of our Specialists and Coaches are highly trained to provide the intervention your child needs
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