Boarding School Admission
A boarding school is a 24-hour learning community and offers students an alternative to traditional public or parochial school education. A boarding school may be the right setting for students who:
There are many boarding schools across the country offering a blend of academic, cultural and social life, and Dr. Goldberg will recommend schools that match a student’s interests and needs and provide the appropriate support for students with AD/HD. She will:
Few events in a student’s life have as great an impact as attending college or university. At the same time, gaining admission to college today is extremely difficult. There are more students, too few spaces and the competition is intense. The decision can be overwhelming and the process stressful. Dr. Goldberg begins with a planning session to assess strengths and determine current and future educational goals. Then, she will work with a student and family to develop an appropriate admissions strategy which includes:
This personalized approach to college admissions will:
Programs and Schools for Troubled Teens
Students requiring these services simply are not doing well at home and need professional assistance and intervention. There are many programs throughout the country which offer a wide range of services. Parents should be aware that their child needing this type of service might not be a willing participant in the admissions process. Dr.Goldberg will search for the most appropriate program/school, and will guide support the family through the continuum of services.
Renee LeWinter Goldberg is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania and received her doctorate from Clark University. She has taught public school and was a faculty member at the University of Massachusetts Medical Center. Renee was recently the assistant director of Disability Services at the University of Massachusetts-Boston. At Clark University, she established and created support services for students with learning disabilities. In addition, Dr. Goldberg has lectured throughout the country on services for students with learning disabilities and AD/HD. She has a special interest in students with learning disabilities and AD/HD.
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