Unique learners are often not recognized for their gifts and struggle to reach their full potential in our society. Those who are both gifted and learning disabled tend to face the greatest challenges.
From the beginning of their formal school years, unique learners find themselves facing challenges in a society and school environment which often neither recognize nor foster "exceptionalities."
Elementary students often do not get the evaluation and support services they need. Middle and high school students often flounder in an unstructured environment. Adults struggle to maintain jobs and personal relationships.
Established in 1981, Child and Family Psychological Services offers assessment, diagnosis, advocacy, treatment and help with school, post secondary training and work issues for unique learners and those who care about them.