Our work tutoring special needs students was honored by the Boston Parents Paper. They presented us with the Family Favorite Special Needs After School Programs Top 5 Award. Thousands of parents voted for Y3K Tutor In Your Home in each of two separate rounds. We are flattered that all you families chose us as your favorite after school special needs leader. Thank you for the award!
People with autism spectrum disorder tend to think inward to their own little world. Social interactions help them to see the world outside of theirs.
Autism spectrum disorder kids need to interact with people as often as possible. They need to have their minds stimulated.
A recent study showed that for children who do not have any siblings, having a pet helps them develop greater self-esteem and improved empathy. These children also participate more in physical and social activities. Adopting a pet from your local shelter you will not only save a life, but they will save your family as well.
Research has shown that matching pets with people that have autism can significantly improve a number of factors. They include social skills and eye contact. Pets also can cause a decrease in negative habits such as whining, crying and frowning.
Courtesy opens many doors.
The Y3K Tutor In Your Home owner provides weekly tutoring for my middle-schooler who is bright but struggles with social pragmatics and rigidity, making public school a difficult learning environment. His creative and non-threatening approach is very effective in helping my son think critically about his assignments and his teachers’ expectations. In addition to developing his writing and language skills, he is also able to feed his insatiable appetite for complex math by expanding on the basic concepts covered in the school curriculum. He is an excellent academic tutor and is also very organized and dependable. I highly recommend him for a variety of learners and learning needs.
Pollard Middle School Parent
Our happiness is greatest when we contribute to the happiness of others.
We must be willing to do hard work. We must be willing to take risks. This can be a daunting task. We may ask ourselves, “What if I put in all of my time and energy into this hard work and fail? What if it’s all for nothing? What if people laugh at me?”
Quiet those negative voices. We have to give 100%. We can’t give up.
The most common time of day for family fights is dinnertime. Studies found parents and kids were at the most highly charged from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM. This may be due to parents just returning from work and everybody is hungry. To reduce fighting, hold off on difficult topics until everyone’s looked through the mail, eaten, and changed clothes.