Grassroots at Elbow Tree

A new local spot in town for helping struggling learners, their families, and educators.
Sun
10:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Mon
Closed
Tue
4:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Wed
12:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Thu
Closed
Fri
Closed
Sat
Closed

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Our Services

Parent Workshop
Workshops include learning more about diverse learners, including: The Dyslexic Learner; The ADHD Learner; Study Skills; Social Media, Screen Time, and Its Impact on the Brain
Professional Development
(For Educators) Understanding The Diverse Learner: Dyslexia, ADHD, and Executive Functioning Empowering Diverse Learners: Using Evidence-Based, Strategies, Curriculum, Accommodations, and Assistive Technology
Reading Intervention
8 40-minutes sessions
8 1-hour sessions
Reading Intervention
Science-based reading instruction founded in the roots of the Orton Gillingham Approach; one-on-one instruction in any or all areas depending on the child's need: Phonological Awareness, Phonemic Awareness, Phonics, Vocabulary, Comprehension, and Fluency.
Math Intervention
Intensive one-on-one instruction in one or more areas, depending on the child's need: Computation and Fluency, Vocabulary Instruction, Comprehension of Word Problems, and Number Sense, and subject specific (Geometry, Algebra).
Learning Strategies and Study Skills
One-on-one instruction on how to: *Take and use notes effectively in specific subjects *Process information and apply skills to new situations *Generalize skills and concepts across multiple settings *Self-evaluate learning by helping him/her set, review, and revise goals *Self-monitor learning using cognitive cues
Organizational Strategies
One-on-one instruction on how to: *Organize a notebook *Identify and implement teacher(s) expectations *Use a planner/calendar to keep track of due dates, appointments, etc. *Organize school and class materials *Developing and maintaining a daily routine *Set Goals
Educational Consulting
In-depth analysis of a student's current or proposed Individual Education Program (IEP), 504 Plan and/or student records; Working individually with students on specific educational needs; Facilitating collaboration between family, school, and community providers; Guiding parents through the special education process/laws and helping parents understand their rights; Advocating beside parents at IEP, 504, or Student Support Team (SST) meetings ; Refocusing team attention on the student's needs and working with parents and schools in creating an IEP or 504 Plan that meets these needs; Writing letters to schools; Working with parents of homeschooled children and children who attend private school to develop and implement an action plan: advocacy plan, consulting plan, individual student plan, or all three; Preparing parents to become an informed and empowered advocate for their child; Helping the child understand his or her disability and self-advocate

Our Staff

Brittany Steen