Institutions / Employers


Maximizing productivity, ROI and retention is your goal. We’ll help you and key management:
Understand the employee with a learning disability
Guide you through the various options which work best for you and your employees
Conduct Workshops for staff that will raise awareness and build empathy and a new respect for fellow colleagues

Career/GED/Tutoring Programs

There’s a high probability that the low-level readers in your program have a learning disability. With our D.A.M. program, we can help you identify them and provide specialized tutoring, and workshops to help increase their ability to learn.



The D.A.M. Program

One-Year Membership: Level 1 – $7,000


  • One LD Workshop for the diagnosed to learn about their disability and how to work with it.
  • FREE Test Prep, Test Anxiety, and Test Taking workshops for all your students.
  • 20 Weeks of One-on-One Tutoring for LD clients, or program referrals where needed.
  • One year of monitoring and support to help each diagnosed adult reach their goals.


One-Year Membership: Level 2


Non-Profit under $100,000 Budget:   $100
Non-Profit over $100,000 Budget:               $350
Non-Profit Over $300,000:   $500

    • Consultation & Pre-Assessment of Students/Employees
    • Free Introductory workshop on Test Anxiety OR Test Prep techniques
    • Aid in Developing the LD expertise in your organization
    • Accommodations Aid for students
    • Reduced rate on workshops.

Recommended Ancillary Onsite Workshops: $400 per hour per Workshop

Professional Development Workshops for staff, teachers, and tutors.
Pick and Choose from the following topics:

Introduction to Learning Disabilities:

      • Assessing to Identify Indicators of Learning Disabilities
      • Definitions, Types, Causes, and it’s Prevalence in Adult Literacy
      • Understanding Students with Learning Disabilities, and Learning Disorders
      • Specific Learning Disabilities (SLD) – the definition, and the areas under the SLD umbrella; how it is diagnosed and treated as well as strategies for assisting students in achieving academic goals.

Specific Learning Disabilities:

      • Dysgraphia and Dyscalculia
      • The Four Categories of Nonverbal LD’s
      • Dyslexia
      • Visual Perceptual / Visual Motor

Learning Disorders:

      • Auditory Processing Disorders
      • Executive Functioning Disorders
      • Dyspraxia
      • Autism Spectrum Disorders
      • ADHD and Other Issues that Co-Exist with LD’s

Other Issues:

      • Interventions and Resources – Trends in designing and using instruction for adults with LD’s.
      • Accessibility, Accommodations, and Assistive Technologies