After School S.M.A.R.T. Program
Monday - Friday from 3:30 - 5:30pm
Three & Five Day Per Week Options
Financial Assistance is based on availability and demonstrated need; please contact us for details: firstname.lastname@example.org
Is your child between the ages of 4 - 8 years?
Are you seriously interested in helping your child reach his/her optimal potential?
Do you or your child's school have concerns about his or her learning?
Are there or have there been issues regarding his/her:
ability to pay attention
fine motor skills
gross motor skills
phonemic &/or phonological awareness,
11. mathematical skills
12. ability to distinguish between letters, numbers, &/or symbols
13. social-emotional development
14. executive functioning skills
15. short term memory
16. hand-eye coordination
18. inability to keep still
19. self confidence and self-esteem
20. lack of interest?
We can help!
Our S.M.A.R.T. program engages children in a comprehensive program that provides them with the readiness skills they need to excel in learning and beyond.
S.M.A.R.T. is our innovative multi-sensory and movement-based program based on the principle that movement anchors learning and that appropriate stimulation of the brainstem (which controls automatic functions) leads to improvements such as:
• Spatial awareness
• Problem Solving and Motor Planning
• Proprioceptive Body Awareness
• Bilateral Coordination
• Core Strength
• Vestibular Response
• Vision functioning
• Auditory function and therapy through our JIAS program
• Reflex integrations through Archetype movement patterns
• Brain re-training through Neurofeedback (Audio Visual Entrainment – A.V.E.)
• Large motor movements
• Fine Motor function
• and kinesthetic awareness.
All of the above developmental areas are necessary for optimal academic success. Deficits in one or more areas are the contributing factors affecting children’s ability to perform at the required educational levels that are demanded of them on a day-to-day basis.
Anytime a child has been identified with a developmental deficit, parents must understand that rectifying the issues will take time. Only frequency, duration, and intensity will bring about permanent and measurable change. There is no “quick fix”.
"S.M.A.R.T. is a successful research-based program that will help A LOT of students who would otherwise fall through the cracks." --S.M.A.R.T. Teacher in Wartburg, Tennessee.