Educational Therapy focuses on academic transitions and management. It addresses the following areas:
Literacy difficulties (dyslexia, reading, writing, spelling).
Math difficulties (dyscalculia, math anxiety, calculation and numeracy).
Educational Therapists also take into account attention, emotional regulation, motivation and other aspects of a child that might underpin their learning delay, which may be unrelated to the school’s curriculum itself.
Educational Therapists work closely with educational psychologists, occupational therapists, speech and language therapists, and teachers to find practical solutions.