We are a nonprofit organization dedicated to learning for all as we recognize that all great minds don't think alike.
Meet our professional staff of diagnosticians and instructors versed in a wide range of disciplines.
Read stories and testimonials about learners of all ages who found academic and social success at the Stern Center.
Through the generosity of individuals, corporations, and foundations, we can offer financial support.
We partner with districts and individual schools to help build strong systems of support for all learners.
View our list of resources to help enhance professional learning for teachers and administrators.
Learn about the positive changes we have seen as a result of integrating our services throughout schools.
The Stern Center for Language and Learning is a nonprofit learning center dedicated to helping children and adults reach their academic, social and professional goals.
We help children learn strategies that will build confidence and help them find academic and social success.Learn More
Our specialists work with college students and adults to help them reach their academic, social and professional goals.Learn More
Our courses provide opportunities for educators, school teams and/or whole districts to extend their expertise.Learn More
With summer just around the corner, help prepare your child for the upcoming school year by scheduling time to focus on their academics. In addition, we offer Camp Compass and Social Thinking® groups throughout the summer.
The Orton-Gillingham Associate Level course is for anyone looking to deepen their knowledge to directly remediate reading and writing difficulties for students with dyslexia and language learning differences. The Orton-Gillingham …
Imagine this: You’re in a foreign country and you walk around listening to the locals talk to one another in their native tongue. They all …Read Full Post
By Katherine Bosley Somewhere in our library’s many incarnations and remodelings a tiny door was built, and all four feet of it have driven the …Read Full Post
I'm not ashamed that I learn differently. Just as long as I learn it and that my learning path suits me, it's really okay.