The Collaborative Center for Learning and Development and Links Academy One-to-One Learning, which are both part of Greenwich Education Group, will hold a Fall Open House on Monday, October 19 from 5:30-7:00pm at 78 Harvard Avenue, Suite 330, in Stamford.
These dynamic community-focused organizations will showcase their integrated and customized approaches to providing student assessment, coaching, tutoring, and related services to students of all ages and capabilities.
The Collaborative Center and Links Academy offer individualized programs tailored to meet the unique learning style of each student through comprehensive assessment, coaching and tutoring activities, wholly focused on the needs and capabilities of each student. They focus on creating customized, focused plans of action that leverage each individual student’s strengths while addressing the student’s roadblocks and challenges, and by identifying and implementing strategies to overcome obstacles to academic and life success.
Programs can be structured as either short-term (i.e. a few weeks) or longer-term (i.e. an academic semester or year), based on the needs of each student and family. Our dynamic and highly credentialed staff of professionals and therapeutic practitioners will be on hand during the Open House to meet and discuss the various program elements available to students and families.
According to Diane Ferber, Executive Director of the Collaborative Center, “Our Open House will give parents, school personal and other student service providers the opportunity to gain an understanding of our highly individualized, integrated and personal approach to a child’s learning, which is the hallmark of The Collaborative Center and Links Academy.”
Andrea MacGilpin, Director of Links Academy, adds “We are committed to providing an outstanding customized experience for students in a nurturing and empowering environment that celebrates learning. We are focused on meeting the unique learning styles of each and every student, fostering relationships, and building community.”
The Collaborative Center for Learning and Development offers assessment, counseling, academic skills coaching, test preparation and tutoring services targeted toward unique learners of all academic abilities and age groups, including those with executive functions challenges, anxiety, learning differences, writing and math challenges, adaptive social skills, language skills and emotional regulation skills. Founded founded in 2008 by a small team of dedicated cross-disciplinary clinicians and educators with a vision of providing individualized student support, our clinical and educational teams offer an integrated array of practical services and programs. Using a collaborative team methodology, TCC works closely with school districts, independent schools, and child specialists to increase community awareness of its programs, approaches, and staff and to deliver services to all students and families in need.
For further information about any of The Collaborative Center for Learning and Development’s services and programs, please contact Diane Ferber at 203-661-1609, Ext. 225 or [email protected]
Founded in 2007, LINKS Academy One-to-One Learning provides accredited, short or long-term, individualized academic experiences for students who are looking to accelerate their learning or are unable to attend traditional school for any period of time (due to issues such as school anxiety and avoidance, a medical issues that preclude a child’s ability to attend school regularly, a student who is ‘between schools’ or who requires a more flexible schedule than a regular school can offer).
For more information on LINKS Academy One-to-One Learning contact Andrea MacGilpin, Director, at 203-883-0062 or [email protected]
Greenwich Education Group (GEG) is a multi-division organization focusing on providing supportive solutions to help ensure each child’s academic development and success. Their divisions include academic tutoring, standardized test preparation, educational and college consulting, specialized learning services, transition programs. GEG runs three accredited schools (Beacon, Spire and Pinnacle Schools) that focus on the various student populations. GEG curricula and teaching methods are as varied as their student body.
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