Frequently Asked Questions

This is highly dependent on the type of program and frequency your child needs. Our initial phone consultation is always free so definitely give us a call for more information. Contact Us
As of now, we do not.
Everyone! Whether your child is struggling to meet expectations or is excelling but under-challenged, we can customize a program that stimulates their learning and pushes their limits.
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Anyone with academic needs is absolutely welcome. We have seen our students from pre-K to graduate school candidates to the elderly go on to achieve enduring success in their lives.

It varies as each student and their circumstances are so different. Educational therapy is not a quick fix, and real gains take time, patience, and especially consistency. Frequent exposure without interruption* (e.g., missing sessions) will accelerate progress. Our students attend at least 2 sessions a week and up to 5 sessions a week if a more intensive program is indicated.

* We continue to see students after the school year ends. In fact, our summer program is even more critical as we get to dive into core skills and concepts at our own pace without the simultaneous pressure of school demands. With this luxury of time, we strengthen and solidify current-grade material and frontload next-grade concepts so our students know what to expect and feel confident entering the new school year.

This is a sign that they are in need of the right kind of academic support. Determining what will actually boost your child’s learning requires the expertise of an educational therapist. At MiraculousMinds, we identify your child’s learning gaps and strategically target those areas of weakness. With consistency, we strengthen and build on cognitive foundations, increasing retention, independent skills, and most importantly, confidence both in and out of the classroom.
Data from our thorough assessment establishes a baseline of the student’s current skills across core academic domains. We use this to design an individualized program that starts at a very familiar, accessible level, using either school curriculum or our own material, so the student gets comfortable with the format of our sessions and feels immediate success. As their skills build and their confidence grows, we increase expectations and “wean off” the level of facilitation little by little to enhance independence. Previously learned concepts are occasionally revisited to check for retention. Once current grade level skills are solid, we frontload (or pre-teach) content for next year. The pace of educational therapy is determined by each student.
It is never too late! That said, act soon because earlier really is better. We have found that, at a younger age, students have less content to cover in order to close their achievement gaps and are more receptive to “training” of new habits to replace old ones that are impeding their progress.