A learning mentor to shine your uniqueness
High Intellectual Potential, TDA/H, Intense, Dyspraxia, any marked potential ability learners
Mentoring learners in a way that provides accommodations to address their singularity i.e. individual preferences, boosters, differences, and special ways. It involves the individually planned and systematically adapted modalities of learning access, procedures, adapted channels and materials, together with accessible settings. Mentoring is designed to help singular individuals achieve a comfort in learning and success in life, work, and in their community which may not be available if the student were only given access to a typical learning modality .