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Academic Support Clinic for children

January 24, 2017

Who are we and what do we do?

The Academic Support Clinic is a year-long, after-school intervention program for students who need extra help in reading, writing and math.

Students work individually, in pairs or in small groups with school psychology graduate students. We match research-based interventions to your student's needs.

Each month, we assess students' progress. If it seems like our interventions are not working well for your student, we will make changes to better meet his or her needs.

We will regularly share information about your student's progress with you and give you suggestions for working with your student at home.

When are we open?

Our clinic operates Mondays and Wednesdays, 3:30-4:30 p.m.

The clinic is not open during ISU breaks, and often do not meet when area schools are not in session. A detailed calendar will be provided to the families.

 

Where are we located? Porter School Psychology Center, basement level of University Hall.

401 N. 7th Street, Terre Haute (parking lot and entrance are on 8th Street)

 

Do we provide transportation? We cannot transport students to or from our clinic; the family is responsible for transportation.

 

What is the cost? Our maximum fee is $100 per semester; families may apply for a fee discount.

 

How do I sign up? Start with a free screening appointment to be sure our services are right for your student.

To schedule your appointment or ask questions, contact Raechel Erdman, graduate assistant, rerdman@sycamores.indstate.edu and 812-237-2800.

 

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