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Learning Disabilities Tutoring

Tutoring in San Diego for kids & teens with ADHD and Learning Disabilities

Club Xcite Tutors in San Diego have experience with children or teens who:

  • Have difficulty focusing on schoolwork
  • Lack motivation academically, athletically or socially
  • Have mild to severe learning disabilities
  • Have other disabilities (speech, hearing, vision)
  • Exhibit behavioral problems
  • Have a hard time interacting with others

kid sittingMany of the children in San Diego have some form of learning disability or special needs. Club Xcite works together with parents, teachers, psychiatrists & other professionals to structure a program that will help your child strengthen needed skills. Children with learning disabilities & special needs such as ADD/ADHD, dyslexia, and auditory or visual processing disorders, need more personalized attention to help with maintaining focus, boosting comprehension, and acquiring skills while practicing new concepts or activities. Club Xcite and our special needs tutors have experience working with children with learning challenges. With patience and empathy, our goal is to engage children via captivating games while motivating them to reach their goals.

Children with learning disabilities very often develop low self-confidence. They hear teachers or others comment on their lack of success academically, behaviorally or socially & it affects the child’s confidence. Our San Diego tutors are extremely encouraging & structure a program where the child can see progress & feel good about his or her growing abilities. Our tutors recognize the power of sincere positive feedback to really build a student’s confidence. Praise coming from a trusted and valued adult who is not a teacher or parent means a tremendous amount to a child.

When a child gains confidence in himself or herself dramatic shifts in social, academic & athletic performance take place in school & at home.

We believe that children need a good balance between performing well academically & enjoying social outdoor activities. Once the homework or studying is done, our tutors take a mentoring approach of getting children away from the T.V., videogames, & computers, & getting them back outdoors playing with others their age.

• Adopted children with challenges
• Anger management
• Any other special needs
• Apraxia
• Aspergers
• Athletic/recreational struggles
• Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD)
• Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder (ADHD)
• Auditory & Visual difficulties
• Autism
• Behavioral challenges
• Body image/esteem struggles
• Central Auditory Processing Disorder (CAPD)
• Children of single parent households
• Defiant behavior
• Developmental Disabilities
• Dyscalculia
• Dysgraphia
• Dyslexia
• Dyspraxia
• Emotional difficulties
• Executive function & organizational challenges
• Language difficulties
• Learning Disabilities
• Low Self-Confidence
• Making & keeping friends
• Medically fragile children
• Mood disorders (bi-polar)
• Motor difficulties
• Physical disabilities
• Reading & writing difficulties
• Sensory processing disorders
• Social difficulties
• Speech impediments
• Traumatic Experiences

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