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.
Join our knowledgeable and experienced staff in learning research-proven strategies in the areas of literacy, social cognition, math, and more.
We partner with districts and individual schools to help build strong systems of support for all learners.
We offer a similar set of services customized for Adult and College level learners.
Are you interested in discovering how your child learns best? Do you suspect a learning delay or difficulty? A learning evaluation can help provide a full picture of how your child’s brain works. Evaluations are essential in diagnosing differences in learning, planning an effective instructional program and monitoring progress.
We will work with the student, family and school team to create an individualized instruction plan to help your child reach his/her full potential. We have discovered through years of experience that each child learns differently, at their own pace, and with assistance, establishes their own goals to help build confidence and achieve success. Our services provide assistance in reading, writing, spelling, math and enrichment as well as study and organization skills, SAT/ACT prep and homework support.
We offer speech and language interventions as well as social learning, including our Social Thinking® groups. Our social learning team of special educators and certified speech-language pathologists provides individual and group coaching for students with social cognitive challenges, including autism, Asperger’s, nonverbal learning disability, ADD and mental health issues; cognition issues with attention, memory, executive functioning and visuospatial skills, and medical and behavioral diagnoses, including social-emotional disturbances, ADHD, dyslexia, stroke, traumatic brain injury and cerebral palsy.
By far, I have never taken another course that stands up to the instruction I received during my Orton-Gillingham training in the summer. I cannot speak highly enough of the instructors I have had over the course of two years.