Our Services

Learner Assessment:

After a learner is assessed, an individual program, suited to their own individual needs, will be compiled and a schedule of the required sessions will be provided.

Subsequent to the assessment of the learner, a parent will be furnished with a comprehensive report on the outcome of such assessment. In order to obtain the best results and facilitate substantial progress, it is recommended that a learner attends at least one session per week for a minimum period of six months.

Reassessments will take place every two months in order to determine the learner’s progress and apply any adjustments to the program if necessary.

Neem Kennis:

Alle dienste/terapie word aangebied in Afrikaans en Engels.

Learner Assessment:

After a learner is assessed, an individual program, suited to their own individual needs, will be compiled and a schedule of the required sessions will be provided.

Subsequent to the assessment of the learner, a parent will be furnished with a comprehensive report on the outcome of such assessment. In order to obtain the best results and facilitate substantial progress, it is recommended that a learner attends at least one session per week for a minimum period of six months.

Reassessments will take place every two months in order to determine the learner’s progress and apply any adjustments to the program if necessary.

Neem Kennis:

Alle dienste/terapie word aangebied in Afrikaans en Engels.

Remedial Therapy:

It is a multifaceted approach, tailoring remedial intervention plans to a child’s specific needs. Remedial Therapy focuses on skills rather than on content. The therapy provided uses behavior teaching methods, which have clearly defined goals and strategies and is tailored and customized to each child’s specific needs.

Remedial Therapy:

It is a multifaceted approach, tailoring remedial intervention plans to a child’s specific needs. Remedial Therapy focuses on skills rather than on content. The therapy provided uses behavior teaching methods, which have clearly defined goals and strategies and is tailored and customized to each child’s specific needs.

Language areas of focus:

Listening and Speaking Skills

Listening and Speaking involves more than analysing a child’s ability to talk and hear other people. It is about adapting language to suit the situation and linking your listening and speaking skills in order to be able to respond adequately.

h

Reading

  • Reading is a complex “cognitive process” of decoding symbols in order to construct or derive meaning (reading comprehension). 
  • Reading is a means of language acquisition, communication, and of sharing information and ideas.
y

Phonics

Phonics is a method for teaching reading and writing of languages by developing learners’ phonemic awareness—the ability to hear, identify, and manipulate phonemes—in order to teach the correspondence between these sounds and the spelling patterns (graphemes) that represent them.

{

Language Development

Language development is the process by which children come to understand and communicate language during early childhood.

Writing

Writing is one of the most common ways we communicate. To be a successful writer, you should practice the five steps of the writing process: prewriting, drafting, revising, editing, and publication.

l

Handwriting

Handwriting means the ability to write letters clearly and efficiently. To write by hand, learners need to be able to form letters fluently and confidently.

+

Perceptual and Cross Motor Development

  • Your child’s learning depends on developing their visual perceptual skills. Visual perception is the ability of the brain to interpret, analyse and give meaning to what is seen. … It is essential that visual perceptual skills are well developed so that learning to read is not difficult.
  • Motor skills fall into two categories: fine motor skills and gross motor skills. Fine motor skills involve the movement of small muscles, such as your fingers when working with clay or cutting with scissors. Gross motor skills use larger muscle groups to perform activities such as crawling, running, and jumping.

Mathematical Development:

e

Number and Relationships

How numbers are interconnected and how numbers can be used in meaningful ways.

Mental Maths

Students who practice mental math make calculations in their minds without the guidance of pencil and paper, calculators, or other aids. Mental math is often used as a way to calculate an estimate quickly, using math facts that a student has committed to memory, such as multiplication, division, or doubles facts.

Problem Solving

Problem solving is a critical component of learning mathematics in the early years. Young students who are engaged in meaningful problem solving develop basic skills, higher-order thinking skills, and a repertoire of problem-solving strategies.

Measurement

measurement is a result, usually expressed in numbers, that you obtain by measuring something.

Space and Shape

The form of an object – how it is laid out in space(not what it is made of, or where it is). Common two dimensional (2D) shapes are: Circles, squares, triangles, etc.

Data Handling

A collection of facts, such as numbers, words, measurements, observations or even just descriptions of things.

Some Extra services we offer:

A learner who successfully attends remedial sessions should feel comfortable, confident and a sense of accomplishment.

 

School Readiness testing (Grade R)

Z

Assignment and Exam preparation (Grade 4 – 7)

Class visits can be provided where needed.

k

Dyslexia Therapy

Holiday Remedial programs

“If a child isn’t learning the way we teach, maybe we should teach the way they learn” - Ignacio Estrada

Get In Touch

Location: Satori Health Centre 
633 Windsor Street, Garsfontein, Pretoria, Gauteng

Cellphone: 082 826 4272

Telephone: 010 013 0381

Email: suzaan@suzaanernst.co.za