dyslexia

Benchmark School

Admits children who have been identified as having a learning difference, an auditory processing deficit, or a perceptual difficulty. Other students have been identified as having dyslexia, being reading disabled or learning disabled, or exhibiting ADD/ADHD.

The College School at the University of Delaware

For children in grades 1-8 with learning differences (i.e. auditory processing, written expression, dyslexia). Small class sizes; individualized, highly structured programs designed to help students return to traditional classrooms; strong academic curriculum; highly integrated technology; nurturing & supportive laboratory environment.

One-Stop Pediatric Care

Physical and mental health impact one another and recently, there’s been a move to patient-centered pediatric care. For children experiencing anxiety, behavior problems or more significant mental disorders each year, timely access to a mental health professional can alleviate a serious issue.