Phone:508-717-4110   
Email: neldc.org@gmail.com

path to learning

WELCOME TO OUR SITE
NELDC is a nonprofit organization,  serving students who are having difficulty with learning and/or school behavior. Many of the students that come to us are very bright, yet continue to struggle in school.   Our goal is to provide students the opportunity, foundation and learning strategy to feel successful academically and to raise their self-esteem.
 
 

Testing and Evaluation                                School Issues                                      Behavior Issues

Independent Educational Evaluation
Intelligence Testing
Achievement Testing 
Dyslexia
Dyscalculia
Written Expression
Social/Emotional Functioning
Developmental Delay
Neuro-psychological Testing	 

 


Learning Disability
Autism
Language Based Learning Disability
Math Disability
Reading Disability
Nonverbal Learning Disability
Reading Disability
Written Expression
Social Skills

 


Attention and Focus
ADHD
Emotional Handicap
Oppositional Behavior
Anger Management
Self-Control
School Staff and Peer Relationships
Self-esteem
School Anxiety

 

 


 

 

The New England Learning and Development Center’s independent evaluation program will pinpoint specific strengths and challenges affecting your child’s learning and or behavioral challenges. 

We provide parents with a good understanding how their child can learn as well as providing educators with strategies and support to improve academic performance, increase self confidence  and develop success in school and in life.


 

Since 2001, we have helped children diagnosed with ADHD excel in school.

Many parents have come to us after stimulant medications “stopped working” or are causing side effects.  We work with your child’s pediatrician so that instead of your child ending up on higher and higher doses of ADHD medication, your child becomes well behaved and focused often without the need of any ADHD medications.

 

Our approach to helping kids with ADHD is unique in that we focus on the interfering factors that are causing the attention and focusing difficulties, rather than masking the symptoms of ADHD.  Computer programs like Pearson’s Cog Med Program and the IFOCUS program have been proven to have a dramatic positive effect on attention and focusing behaviors.