Learning is a dynamic process and can take time to deepen, develop, and evolve. Learning occurs at the point of readiness, which is why LAS provides differentiated instruction.

Learn, Achieve, Succeed

All LAS services begin with an Initial Consultation and integrate research-based strategies with measurable goals. After the Initial Consultation, LAS designs an Individual Education Plan based on information provided during the consultation, and when applicable, in neuropsychological reports or academic records. LAS always requests written consent before receiving or providing any student information.

LAS professional services are conducted on-line and include Coaching, Consulting, and Curriculum Design. LAS workshops, faculty trainings, and one-on-one coaching often includes self-reflective practices to address symptoms associated with stress and anxiety and strategies for high stakes exams.

Research-Based Practices

LAS understands the importance of providing support at the point of need. A need threshold varies by individual. Therefore, LAS tailors academic support and one-on-one coaching to meet individual learning needs through differentiated instruction. LAS Coaching helps students move beyond feelings of frustration, so that learning prevails, self-confidence improves, and achievement outcomes increase.

We get “better” at what we practice. Practice builds stamina, efficiency and accuracy. It helps deepen comprehension and self-confidence and leads to increased academic achievement.

Research explains that practice is further enhanced by one-on-one instruction; particularly with a trusted individual at the point of need.

 

Who We Are

LAS Coaches and Scholastic Managers support learners in health science education and general education. LAS Instructors are trained at LAS and teach organization skills and strategies that address inattention, distraction, reading challenges, and executive function difficulties.

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