Schafer Center Free CE Event!
Join us Thursday, Oct. 19 as Dr. Kelly Christian and Dr. Sarah Cain Spannagel review a process to quickly match resources to distressed families.
We’ll help you determine whether your child’s challenges are best explained by ADHD or other conditions related to medical history or environment.
We screen for ADHD in children ages 6-10, using information regarding prevalence rates, family history, symptomatology, and executive functioning.
Our ADHD Screenings are offered each month at our office, located at Lawrence Lower School in Broadview Heights, Ohio. These screenings are by appointment only, and last just 90 minutes. During this time, parents complete a questionnaire while their child is administered a 20-minute neuropsychological screening to measure attention and executive functioning. Our immediate feedback session provides a written summary of the results and resources.
While our ADHD Screening tool does not provide a diagnosis, it is a quick and efficient way of determining the likelihood of ADHD.
Orton-Gillingham. What is it?
Our commitment to multisensory learning is rooted in decades of research on how the dyslexic mind retains new information.
Now registering for summer!
Leap ahead academically with Lions Leap! Kids in preschool through Grade 6 are invited to join us for a summer of OG-based multisensory instruction.
Spend your lunch hour with us.
Please join us for a virtual information session. Our admissions team will tell you more about our students, our campuses, and our proven methods.
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