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.
Join our knowledgeable and experienced staff in learning research-proven strategies in the areas of literacy, social cognition, math, and more.
Browse our entire collection of Professional Learning offerings. Find a course for yourself or design a customized remedial program for your school/district.
Professional instructors teach, guide and support individuals in the academic and professional arenas through research-based practices with explicit instruction to help students reach their professional and academic goals. We work with a diverse group of learners, including those with learning style differences and learning disabilities, such as dyslexia.
In addition to our Instructional services, we have experts that can provide support with autism, attentional disorders, as well as speech and language challenges. In some cases, students receive both instruction and communication services. We welcome you to visit our Communication Services section for more information. Our programs teach the skills necessary for academic and professional success. They include college reading; professional and career writing, and math, as well as introducing test-taking and organizational skills. Students who want to improve their academic skills meet one-to-one with qualified instructor for customized instruction. Professional instructors teach, guide, and support individual students in the academic arena through research-based practices and explicit instruction. Sessions are available based on the needs of the individual.
Academic coaching is available in the following areas:
You may request additional information by contacting our instruction intake scheduler Our instructors, as teachers, special educators, specialists, and Speech Language Pathologists, have a wealth of knowledge and experience. They build upon learning strengths and address areas of difficulty.
If you are a returning client, we look forward to continuing our relationship with you. To get started, please feel free to download our registration form or complete the contact us form below. Instruction Registration Form | PDF
As an eleven-year old, Sara loved the clarinet and lacrosse, and she felt great about learning and school. This was a big change from Sara’s start in school. In first grade, Sara had difficulty pronouncing words correctly. She also had difficulty learning handwriting. At first, Sara was embarrassed and felt insecure in school. She thought it was her fault she could not learn at the same pace and in the same way as her classmates. Sara’s parents, teacher, and Stern Center staff worked out a plan to help her succeed. Sara’s parents explained that the Stern Center …
For the first time, I was able to write a letter to my son.