Equipping Minds is for:

Our goal is to provide our services to ALL children and adults who are struggling academically, professionally, relationally, and emotionally:

  • any child or adult with known learning challenges: dyslexia, ADHD, anxiety, Autism, Down syndrome, Fetal Alcohol syndrome, Reactive Attachment Disorder, Post Concussion Syndrome, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, language and sensory processing disorders, neurodevelopmental and intellectual disabilities, dysgraphia, dyscalculia, and memory struggles

  • post adoptive children and foster care children who are experiencing challenges

  • the first grader trying so hard to learn to read but getting more and more frustrated

  • the fourth grader spending hours on homework, but unable to recall the content for the test

  • the young athlete unable to remember the coach’s plays and may have Post Concussion Syndrome

  • the honors student in middle school who lacks basic study skills

  • the high school student unable to keep up, struggles to remember what they read, and can’t listen and take notes

  • the college student or who is struggling with a huge workload

  • Business Professionals, Adult Learners, and Aging Adults who are  in a stressful work environment or returning to school.  Also adults who are concerned that their memory and skills “just aren’t what they used to be” or have a family history of dementia or Alzheimers. Please read the article “Equipping Aging Minds.”   LivingWell50+JanuaryFebruary2015