The AHB Center for Behavioral Health and Wellness offers a unique program called Academic Bridge. This program is designed to bridge the gaps between school, homework, and your child’s academic success.
- Are you worried that your child is falling behind academically?
- Does your child have difficulty planning and organizing their school work?
- Are you seeking additional strategies for treating your child’s ADHD symptoms?
- Are you feeling overwhelmed about how to navigate the IEP process or other school-based meetings
Our work with families over the past several years has shown us that many children and families need ongoing support outside of a typical therapy session. Academic Bridge is an educational program that provides support for children, adolescents, and their parents. This program is unique in that it offers a variety of academic support tools that enhance your child’s academic success. The flexibility of being able to tailor each child’s program to their individual academic needs is what makes the Academic Bridge Program effective.
What We Do
The Academic Bridge program recognizes that all children have different styles of learning and some require more outside support than others. Our professionals will use a variety of support tools to enhance academic success. This program allows parents, caregivers, and teachers to work with a trained professional to design a unique program with specialized services to meet the individual needs of their child.
Tools for success include:
- Subject specific tutoring and homework assistance
- Cognitive training
- Brain Train
- Play Attention
- Consultation with school teachers and EC teachers
- In-home and in-office, organizational support
- Planning, monitoring, and preparation for projects, tests, and exams.
- Study skills training
- Attendance and recommendations at school-based meetings
- Convenient, parent consultations and updates
- Consultation with therapists
Pricing & Packaging
Note: hours can include any of the above mentioned academic support tools on an as needed basis. A recommended support plan would typically consist of 3-5 hours per week, per child.
1 hour – $75
10 hours – $700 (regularly $750, savings of $50)
20 hours – $1300 (regularly $1500, savings of $200)
50 hours = $3000 (regularly $3750, savings of $750)