We Help Children With ADHD Overcome Academic Difficulties
ADHD Should Not Be a Barrier to Education
Children and students diagnosed with ADHD face difficulties when it comes to studying and attending school. The symptoms that come with this disorder can increase stress, as well as make children feel uncomfortable and lost when overwhelmed – and that’s why tutoring for ADHD students is so important. These challenges can be easily overcome if children feel safe, and ADHD tutoring programs can give students the necessary tools to polish their academic skills and abilities and excel in school.
Here at Da Vinci, teachers break each lesson into smaller and more approachable ways when it comes to teaching children with ADHD. When students see how much easier it is to study this way, they automatically gain extra motivation because of the constant progress they are experiencing. We also provide the necessary guidelines for students in order for them to discover how to properly manage their time, keep their focus and minimize distractions. Furthermore, here at Da Vinci, students also learn the best approaches when it comes to taking tests at school.
1. Learn in a safe environment
The most important factor for children is a sense of safety. School can often be overwhelming for those suffering from ADHD, and private tutoring can ease the learning process. As a result, children can show up confident in the classroom.
4. Help with homework and assignments
Help with homework and assignments: Here at Da Vinci, our teachers are determined to help your child excel in school. That’s why we help with their homework, ensuring that school assignments are delivered in time and done correctly.
2. Learn how to focus
One of the most known inconveniences of ADHD is the inability to focus. ADHD tutoring sessions ensure that students have someone who is 100% focused on them, observes their progress, and helps them stay focused by using advanced techniques.
5. Personalized ADHD tutoring
We know that each child is different, and when it comes to ADHD, each one needs a unique approach. Da Vinci teachers create personalized one-on-one lessons based on each student’s abilities, and go from there.
3. Improve grades
Once your child starts studying with us, improvements will start to show. By helping pupils study, improving their focus and teaching them intuitive ways to learn, their school grades will eventually start improving.
6. Patience, patience, patience
Patience is a virtue. We create a safe space for each student and try our best to understand their needs. We are also very understanding, so breaks and fun activities are also part of our tutoring program.
Professional Tutors & Personalized Lessons Make the Difference
Teaching children with ADHD is challenging, that’s why here at DaVinci we focus on creating personalized learning programs for all our students. We first start by evaluating a student’s academic knowledge and skills, and this helps us tailor a specific tutoring program for them. Our teachers are patient and emphatic, and know exactly how to handle even the most difficult situations. Da Vinci teachers are equipped with all the tools needed to tutor any student suffering from ADHD.
Not only do we assist your child by helping them study for school, we also provide the necessary guidelines to help them focus, concentrate, and show them how to better organize their assignments. We also address their lack of motivation and come up with intuitive ways to keep them motivated, as well as keep their impulsivity and hyperactivity in check. Teaching kids with ADHD requires patience, and by being a part of a supportive learning environment, your child will overcome many academic challenges and will feel more confident in school.
What People Say
What people have said about DaVinci:
We continually go back to DaVinci Education and Research for our professional development needs. Always a productive use of our teacher’s time with strategies and techniques they can utilize immediately in the classroom. The team at DaVinci have a very clear understanding of students and their unique needs with problem solving methods to support their growth and development.