Alessa

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About Alessa

Alessa homeschooled her two children from Kindergarten into college. Throughout her years of homeschooling, she embraced a child-led learning approach, with an emphasis on social-emotional development and community-based learning. With a Masters in Education from Johns Hopkins University; a Bachelors degree in Psychology from Lehigh University, and a Certificate in Special Education Advocacy from the William & Mary Law School, Alessa is uniquely qualified and trained to provide educational testing, curricular support, and general consultations to families.

Reading Curriculum For Kids With Down Syndrome

By |2020-07-28T15:50:27-04:00July 28th, 2020|Categories: Special Education|Tags: , |

Reading Curricular Options Children with Down syndrome can learn to successfully read when provided with certain accommodations. Decades of research tells us that phonics-based instruction is the most effective way to teach reading to typically developing children. In contrast, Read more...