Record #: ORI0417
Last Modified: 08 Mar 2023
Last Full Update: 11 Jun 2022
|Description (Service)||COVID-19 Response
All in-person sessions are cancelled until further notice. Sessions will be conducted online. Offering both group and one-on-one support services
After a parent consultation and learning more about your child's needs, tutoring plans are created to individualize each child's learning style.
Empowers youth to see their ability. Uses a strengths-based model of approach, mentoring is focused on identifying a youth's strengths and gifts to help increase their self-worth and self-esteem.
Specialized in Non-Verbal Learning Disability support (NVLD)
Through lived experience, provides support on navigating the challenges and misunderstandings associated with non-verbal learning disability (NVLD).
Programs are designed for youth with autism and learning disabilities to promote socialising, self-esteem, goal setting, and cooperative play. Program activities may include art, group games, cooking, fitness, etc.
English As A Second Language
Certified with 120-hour TESOL certificate and with experience teaching English As a Second Language to students from all over the world from daily conversation to more advanced English.
|Hours||Day and evening call to schedule|
|Eligibility||5 year(s) - 60 year(s)
Services are offered to both youth and adults with learning disabilities.
|Application||Call or Email|
Address and Location
|Located In Community||Orillia|
|Address & Map||
|Physical Access||Not Applicable|
|Social Media||Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/beautifulmindson
|Primary Contact||Megan Suggitt, Child and Youth Practitioner|
|Mailing Address||c/o Megan Suggitt; 261 Millard St
Canada L3V 4H2