CSC Coaches' Corner
Helping Families Navigate Homeschooling and
Avoid the "Summer Slide"

In our continuing effort to be here for you during this
"stay at home" period, we are offering
a new support for parents .

Coaches' Corner Sessions will be held Saturday mornings, via Zoom Tele-conference, from 9-10am beginning May 30th. We will address the concerns we know you have about supporting your child's academic learning during the extended months at home, and answer your questions including:

  • How do I know if my kids are learning?
  • How do I help build a daily academic routine (including sensory activities)?
  • How do I help my child avoid the classic "summer slide""
  • How do I find the right match of learning supports for my child over the summer?

Join our director of educational therapy, Jennifer Feldman, ET/P,M.S. Ed, to get your questions answered.

Please email our office to sign up and receive your Zoom link.

Jennifer is a certified early childhood special educator with over ten years of experience in education. Her work as a classroom teacher and tutor lead her to work as a consultant in Harlem, New York where she worked with students with special needs and their teachers to support their learning.

In 2012, she began her journey as a math educator through Bank Street College‚Äôs The Math Place Online, an online platform where adult learners were able to learn about algebra and fractions through an integrative teacher guided system. After moving to Los Angeles, she discovered her love for Educational Therapy, and completed her certificate in Educational Therapy from Cal State Northridge.

Jennifer started working with CSC in 2016. She has worked with students in grades K-12 with dyslexia, executive function disorder, ADD and ADHD as well as math anxiety and dyscalculia. She recently completed training in the Wilson Reading System and uses a variety of programs including Lindamood Bell and Seeing My Time to help her students be successful. She also recently received her professional membership in AET.

Jennifer believes that all students, regardless of prior effort or challenge, can learn to be successful in school and beyond. She hopes that through her work as an educational therapist she can support students in becoming lifelong learners who are able to advocate for and believe in themselves.
A fun "behavior" chart for us grownups...