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Parent Pointers

Ever wonder if you should have your child assessed for learning or attentional challenges? Curious about the difference between a psycho-educational and school neuropsychological assessment? Are you a parent who really wants to know what’s going on with your child but you’re unsure of the process and want answers to questions before you commit? Take a listen! I talk all about all of it!

In this free flow of thought episode I use my morning podcast routine as a representation for self-awareness and metacognition. I talk about how this relates to our kids and their executive function skills, and one of the key things we can do as parents to increase their likelihood of becoming successful adults. Listen in!

Helping Professionals

Join Jana as she welcomes April Rehrig, a Special Education Advocate, IEP trainer, Parent Coach, and the visionary behind Rise Educational Advocacy. April’s passion for empowering families as they work to understand the often overwhelming world of IEPs and 504 plans shines through as she shares her journey from a school psychologist and teacher to an advocate for educational equity. 

Rise Educational Advocacy stands out as a beacon of hope for families nationwide, offering a suite of accessible services designed to demystify the IEP process and equip parents with the tools they need to advocate effectively for their children.

April’s approach is refreshingly collaborative, focusing on coaching parents to understand and navigate the system rather than fostering adversarial relationships with educational institutions. Her offerings, from free resources and workshops to personalized coaching, are tailored to meet families where they are, ensuring that support is not only available but also equitable. 

April’s work is a testament to her belief that every family deserves to have the knowledge and confidence to secure the best possible educational outcomes for their children, regardless of their location or financial situation.

You’ll also appreciate April’s insights into the evolving landscape of IEP meetings, the importance of early and informed advocacy, and the transformative power of approaching educational challenges with a mindset geared towards collaboration and understanding. April’s dedication to making a difference, one family at a time, is not only inspiring but also a call to action for anyone involved in the world of special education.

For more information on how Rise Educational Advocacy can help your family, visit Be sure to check out the DIY IEP workshops for LEPs, parents, and teachers interested in making IEPs easier.

Follow April and Rise Educational Advocacy on social media at @RiseEdAdvocacy.

Join Jana for this episode of the Mind by Design Podcast as she welcomes Harmony King of the Key Collective. Listen as Harmony shares how this innovative organization is changing lives by offering first-class, personalized support services that cater to clients with a wide range of needs, including neurodiversity, mental health challenges, and addiction recovery. 

The Key Collective offers distinct services, focusing on mentorship, parent-coaching, and companion support to help clients ages 13+ build structure and routine while mastering life skills in their daily lives. You’ll hear firsthand how the Key Collective’s services are tailored to foster independence, develop passions, and integrate practical skills into the lives of those they serve.

The dedicated mentors and companions at the heart of the Key Collective, whose educational backgrounds and personal experiences uniquely qualify them to offer meaningful support, coordinate with other professionals to provide holistic, client-centered support in this unique program. 

This is an impactful episode if you’re a parent seeking support for your unique child, a young adult navigating the challenges of independence, or a professional looking for innovative care solutions. The Key Collective’s mission to provide meaningful, real-world assistance is changing lives and creating brighter futures.

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Emotional intelligence and perspective are vital aspects of our personal growth and interactions with the world around us. Emotional intelligence refers to the ability to recognize, understand, and manage our own emotions and those of others effectively. It enables us to navigate relationships, communicate empathetically, and handle challenging situations with grace and maturity. Developing emotional intelligence fosters better self-awareness and social skills, leading to healthier and more meaningful connections with others. Meanwhile, perspective is the lens through which we perceive and interpret the events and experiences in our lives. A positive and open-minded perspective empowers us to find opportunities in obstacles, learn from setbacks, and appreciate the beauty in diversity. Combining emotional intelligence and a broad perspective cultivates resilience, empathy, and a deeper understanding of ourselves and the world, ultimately enriching our lives in profound ways.

Check out my first interview of 2021 with none other than MY BROTHER, Todd Parker, Performance and Mindset Coach, Executive Leadership Coach, and College Professor. Todd and I discuss emotional intelligence, developing habits, and perspective as we start the new year. And of course, we throw some fun-loving sibling humor in along the way.

Jennifer Piercey is the founder of OnTarget College Consulting. She helps students explore their academic interests, community engagement, extracurricular activities, and what the idea of the “right fit” college means for each student. Then she helps students work their way through the entire college application process. She offers comprehensive programs as well as hourly consulting that covers multiple aspects of the college application journey. It’s all about the many steps of discovery along the way. A “good” college is not about prestige and rankings.

In this episode I interview Krystle Wright and Karen Patterson, owners and operators of Something to Say, a speech and language pathology clinic in San Jose, CA. We discuss signs and symptoms of early speech and language delay, what to look for in elementary years, and how to determine if a student is struggling with social skills or interpreting nonverbal language. Something to Say is available for a free consultation and they provide both assessments and speech/language therapy. Additionally, they specialize in AAC (Augmentative and Alternative Communication).

Listen in to hear from Makenzie Wesner, nurse practitioner at the Center for Developing Minds in Los Gatos, CA. We discuss why a child might need to see a nurse practitioner with a developmental and behavioral pediatric specialty. What does that even mean?? Don’t worry, she will tell you. Makenzie is an expert in ADHD, Autism, mental health, and other emotional and behavioral issues. If you, your child, or someone you know, could potentially benefit from the support of a medical professional who specializes in developmental pediatrics, please do not hesitate to share this video resource. Makenzie’s services are currently provided via tele-health and also in person.

Mental Health Practitioners

In this episode of the Mind by Design Podcast, Jana is joined by Tricia Minarik, a licensed marriage and family therapist, licensed professional clinical counselor, and the visionary behind the DBT Center of Silicon Valley

Tricia welcomes you into her world of Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), a life-changing approach designed to help adolescents and adults navigate the complexities of high-risk behaviors and emotional dysregulation. You’ll learn all about DBT, how it differs from traditional therapy, and why it might be the key to overcoming challenges related to self-harm, depression, interpersonal difficulties, and more.

Tricia provides hypothetical scenarios illustrating how DBT techniques are applied in real-life situations, offering hope and practical solutions for those struggling with high-risk behaviors. Learn about the critical role of family in the adolescent DBT program, fostering a supportive environment that encourages growth and learning for both teens and their parents.

Discover how the DBT Center of Silicon Valley strives to make therapy accessible, including its approach to scheduling, virtual and in-person sessions, and financial considerations.

If you’re a parent looking for support for your teen, an adult navigating your own emotional challenges, or a professional seeking to broaden your therapeutic toolkit, Tricia’s insights offer a wealth of knowledge and hope.

Visit to learn more about how Tricia and her team can guide you to emotional well-being and resilience.

Therapy has a profound impact on transforming lives and nurturing confidence in individuals across all age groups, from children to teens and adults. By providing a safe and supportive environment, therapy enables individuals to explore their emotions, thoughts, and experiences openly. Through therapeutic techniques and interventions, clients gain insights into their inner world, identify patterns, and develop healthier coping strategies. For children, therapy can foster emotional intelligence and resilience, aiding in the development of essential life skills. Teens find a space to navigate the challenges of adolescence, building self-esteem and self-awareness. Adults benefit from therapy by addressing past traumas, managing stress, and enhancing self-confidence. The journey of therapy encourages personal growth, empowers individuals to overcome obstacles, and cultivates a sense of empowerment that positively impacts all aspects of their lives.

In this episode, I connect with Dr. Danielle Wischenka, a therapist licensed in both California and Colorado. Dr. Danielle is the founder of Better Health Therapy and is dedicated to helping children, teens, and adults feel better, and develop, improve, and transform all aspects of health. I just love Dr. Danielle’s enthusiasm for her craft and commitment to her work. Dr. Danielle’s practice is in the Silicon Valley area of California, but she is available for virtual services for clients in both California and Colorado.

Jimmie Brown is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and is as real as it gets. He has been working as a therapist in a school district for 17 years, is a consultant for the community, and has a private practice in Campbell, CA where he helps a range of individuals, from children to adults.

Jimmie’s therapeutic approach is strength-based and real. He dives deep, making a true connection with his clients, finding ways to bring out their own greatness through their work together. He connects well with children and teens, and others who can appreciate his intense, caring, and “real” approach to therapy. He uses his own experiences to shape and support his work with others and he practices what he preaches.

Jimmie’s passion for his career was sparked by Alan Thicke’s television character from Growing Pains, of all places. He loved that the character was a therapist who helped people, in an office from his home, and was able to be home and present for his kids. Jimmie thought, “I want to be like that!”

Jimmie spends copious amounts of time with his son, instilling learning, love, life and greatness. He is a fitness enthusiast, coach, husband, father, therapist, consultant, and speaker.

What a therapeutic treat! Jessica O’Connor is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist who loves working with the littles! She sees children in her practice as young as 3! You may not believe that infant mental health or toddler behavior can be helped through counseling, but if you are a parent of one of these kiddos, Jessica may be your panacea!

Listen in as Jessica and I talk about her practice and specialties, including everyday challenges of kiddos 3-15, skill building, positive self-esteem, working through challenging behaviors, and improving overall emotional regulation. Watch as Jessica shares her calming and therapeutic space with us and enlightens us with some of the puppets and games that she uses in her sessions with children. Even in a virtual world, Jessica is finding her sessions to be extremely effective.

Jessica works in person, when needed, and virtually, with children and families all over California. If you have a kiddo who may benefit from Jessica’s services, just give her a call or send her an email. She will meet with you for a 20-minute consultation session at no cost to you, to see if it is a good fit.

In this interview, I talk with Virginie Goldstein, a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and founder of Tech Connect Reset. Virginie’s passion is coaching parents to improve communication with their teens and promote healthy screen use. In a world where screens are the norm, how do we teach our kids to use screens responsibly rather than ban them from using them for fear they will become addicted?

Virginie has developed a protocol to support families through developing healthy relationships with screens, starting with an awareness of their own screen use and improving communication skills with their teens. Her goal is to support families in groups moving forward and expand her protocol to other therapists and throughout California, for starters.

Jana Parker, educational psychologist, and bring you John Lewis Parker, a master at mindfulness practices and Jana’s dad! John brings you a simple, practical, and doable mindfulness practice to help you self-regulate and have more control over your thoughts and reactions during distance learning. His technique is often referred to as S.T.O.P.

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Learning Specialists &
Executive Function Support

Join Jana as she sits down with Polly Fry, an innovative educational therapist and the founder of Kaleidoscope Educational Therapy. Polly shares her transformative journey from concerned parent to pioneering educational therapist offering a unique approach to addressing dyslexia and other learning differences through individualized, evidence-based interventions.

You’ll learn about the inception of Polly’s practice, its mission, and the symbolism behind its vibrant name. She’ll share her perspectives on the importance of emphasizing intervention in the elementary grades and how she tailors her approach using structured literacy programs like Orton-Gillingham, Wilson, Lindamood-Bell, and Barton Reading.

Listen as Polly talks about the significance of networking with clinicians, the value of comprehensive assessments, and the collaborative spirit of Kaleidoscope Educational Therapy in ensuring the best outcomes for children.

This episode is a must-list for parents, educators, and anyone interested in the field of educational therapy to gain valuable insights into the specialized world of learning interventions and the transformative power of personalized education. 

Visit or reach out to for more information or to inquire about Polly’s services.

Educational therapy is a specialized approach that has proven to be highly effective in supporting individuals with dyslexia. It is tailored to meet the unique needs of dyslexic learners and aims to address the challenges they face in reading, writing, spelling, and language processing. Lorette Keane, the passionate founder of Methods for Success, is a dedicated educational therapist who brings her personal experience as a parent of a dyslexic child to her practice. Through educational therapy, Lorette helps dyslexic students build essential skills, such as phonological awareness, decoding, and comprehension strategies. The therapy sessions are individualized, focusing on the specific strengths and weaknesses of each learner. Educational therapy not only helps improve academic performance but also fosters a sense of self-confidence and self-esteem in dyslexic individuals as they gain the tools to overcome their challenges. In this enlightening conversation, we explore the transformative power of educational therapy and how it provides invaluable support to differently-wired learners, especially during these unprecedented times of COVID and school closures.

Lorette Keane is the founder of Methods for Success, an Educational Therapy practice. Lorette specializes in supporting dyslexia but also tutors in other academic areas. Listen in to our conversation about differently-wired learners and support through these unprecedented times of COVID and school closures. Lorette is a passionate, knowledgable, and committed therapist who brings her personal lens to her work, as a parent of a now adult, who struggled with severe dyslexia.

Ali Meyers, Executive Function Coach, and Writing Specialist, is the founder of Launch Learning! Ali provides EF coaching for students from middle school through college and also specializes in tutoring for writing as well as college essay writing. Ali is a wealth of information and strategy, using a comprehensive toolbox she has acquired from her training as an educator and social worker, and through her work with students for over 20 years.

An Executive Function Coach and Writing Specialist is a highly skilled professional who provides targeted support and guidance to individuals seeking to enhance their executive function skills and writing abilities. With a deep understanding of cognitive processes, time management, organization, and planning, the Executive Function Coach empowers clients to improve their focus, decision-making, and overall productivity. Additionally, the Writing Specialist offers expertise in written communication, assisting students, professionals, and writers of all levels to refine their writing style, structure, and clarity. By employing personalized strategies and fostering a supportive learning environment, these specialists help individuals overcome challenges and achieve their academic or professional goals with confidence and efficiency.

Lexie Burns, where have you been all my life! I feel like we are long-lost kindred spirits!

Listen in as Lexie and I discuss academic and executive function needs and supports during the COVID-19 pandemic. Lexie supports students currently in distance learning and hybrid models and her team has seen it all! They have a 100% success rate of supporting students virtually.

What Lexie knows: During this time, a lot of students are being asked to become independent learners. More learning differences are being seen and it can be a bit daunting. However, there are a ton of supports and resources. It comes down to doing some research and speaking with the support specialist at your school for help. A lot of parents come to me and ask why their child is taking 3 hours for homework, consistently not turning in work even if they’ve done it, and seem unable to focus in class during the day. There are many contributing factors to a child or adolescents learning profile. The underlying cognitive skills such as memory, processing speed, visual and auditory processing, and logic and reasoning directly affect how a student learns. Not many people work on these underlying skills, but they can be strengthened by some really great programs like Cogmed, PACE, cognitive skill training. On the academic side, using modalities such as Orton Gillingham, Wilson, or Lindamood-bell is important to be able to engage the student and target the way that they learn.

Lexie Burns has an MA in Neuroscience and Neuropsychology from the University of London. She has over 15 years of experience working with children and adults in clinical and academic settings. As an educational therapist, she has seen the need for helping students with learning differences. She created NeuroPlay Academics to help children, adolescents, young adults, and adults seeking cognitive and academic support. With cognitive skill training, she is able to help support students exercise their cognitive skills and incorporate it into their academic profile. Lexie has a PACE license and is an official provider of Cogmed, she also has extensive experience with Executive Function coaching. She brings an individualized approach to enhancing attention, memory, academics, executive functions, and cognitive skills. As the head of NeuroPlay Academics, she has many years experience working with schools to help navigate support for children and young adults.

Listen in to my interview with Andie Rich and Danielle Morgan of Thriving Minds Learning Center in Campbell, CA.

Thriving Minds offers learning support in reading, writing, and math, to students between 1st and 8th grade. All services are provided one on one and tailored to meet the needs of the individual child. Support can also be provided in the private school setting, during the school day. Currently, due to COVID-19, all services are being provided remotely.

If your student is starting to fall behind academically or you are noticing problems with reading, writing, or math development in the early years, don’t hesitate to give Thriving Minds a call. You will speak directly to either Andie or Danielle and they will help to choose a specialist for your child, based on his or her needs.

If there is one episode you don’t want to miss, it’s this one! Listen in to my interview with Caitlin Hoffman of Academic Coaching Works. Her education center in Campbell, CA has a new schedule and a menu of service options, from all day in person support for distance learning to virtual coaching. Our conversation focuses on what students are experiencing, what PARENTS are experiencing in efforts to maintain their sanity and support their kids, and what parents can do to find balance while parenting.

Do you have a youngster who struggles with attention, energy, fine motor skills, foundational reading skills or a speech delay? Are you worried that your child may not be ready for school? Especially during remote instruction, when we are all concerned about our kiddos sitting in front of a screen all day instead of being engaged in classrooms, finding the right educators to support our students is critical.

In this episode I interview Anupma Sethi, of Empower Kidz. She is an educational therapist who uses a multi-sensory approach to build foundational skills in youngsters, helping them to be “ready to learn.” Empower Kidz is currently supporting remotely and treatment paths are individualized. Anupma and I discuss her approach to intervention for little ones and remediation for students already in school.

Dyslexia = reading problem. I assess for dyslexia and other learning disabilities in my private practice. In this episode, listen in to hear from Karen Isaacson, Dyslexia Instructor and Master-Certified Barton Reading and Spelling Tutor. Karen is located in California but tutors solely online and therefore has clients all over the world!

Karen has been an educator for over 35 years and is passionate about helping dyslexic students succeed. She has the highest level of certification available in the Barton Reading and Spelling Program, a highly-respected Orton-Gillingham-based approach designed specifically for individuals with dyslexia. Karen specializes in supporting students with dyslexia and ADHD and anxiety.

Specialized Schools

In this episode of the Mind by Design podcast, host Jana Parker sits down with Michael Prater, the visionary behind Tessellations High School. Michael shares his story from traditional education spaces to the forefront of educational innovation at this unique school in Cupertino, CA, revealing the philosophy and mechanics behind a high school experience designed to nurture gifted minds and foster intrinsic motivation.

Tessellations High School is breaking the mold with a project-based curriculum that respects the dignity of young learners, encourages deep, interdisciplinary learning, and prepares students to tackle the world’s most pressing problems with creativity and confidence. 

Michael passionately discusses the school’s commitment to creating a learning environment where students are encouraged to explore their interests deeply, fostering a sense of curiosity and resilience that extends beyond the classroom. His vision for a holistic educational experience that prepares students to face the complexities of the modern world with creativity, empathy, and a problem-solving mindset is a testament to Tessellations High School’s innovative approach to education. 

Listen to the fascinating story of the future of education as Tessellations is reimagining the high school experience to cultivate capable, creative, and wise young minds ready to make a positive impact on the world.

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Is your student struggling with traditional school? Fusion Academy is a fully accredited private school offering one-to-one instruction and a robust social experience to students grades 6-12.

Individualized learning is a dynamic and student-centered approach to education that recognizes the diverse needs, strengths, and learning styles of each individual learner. Rather than adhering to a one-size-fits-all curriculum, individualized learning tailors educational experiences to meet the specific requirements and interests of students. This approach empowers learners to progress at their own pace, providing the flexibility to delve deeper into subjects of interest or receive additional support in areas that require more attention. With personalized learning plans, students can set goals, track their progress, and take ownership of their learning journey, promoting a deeper understanding and retention of the material. By fostering a sense of autonomy and agency, individualized learning empowers students to become self-directed learners, preparing them to tackle real-world challenges and succeed in an ever-evolving global landscape.

In this captivating interview, we talk with Aurora Terracina, the dedicated Director of Outreach and a former public school teacher who found her passion in making a eaningful difference in students’ lives. She shares her enthusiasm for Fusion Academy’s mission, which focuses on transforming students emotionally, socially, and academically for the better.

At Fusion Academy, students have access to a range of valuable services across multiple campuses, including one-to-one classes, a supportive Homework Cafe, expert post-secondary counseling, personalized tutoring, and enriching summer programs. Embrace a nurturing educational environment that caters to your student’s unique needs and fosters personal growth and success.

Individualized learning has become increasingly relevant and impactful, especially after the challenges brought about by COVID-19. As traditional classroom settings faced disruptions, educators like Jesse Roselin, the Head of School at Pacific Prep and Tutor Corps, have recognized the unique advantages of one-on-one instruction. Individualized learning tailors educational approaches to the specific needs, strengths, and learning styles of each student. This personalized approach allows educators to address knowledge gaps, provide targeted support, and foster a deeper understanding of subjects. After the pandemic, the demand for individualized learning has surged, as it offers a flexible and adaptable solution for students, whether they are studying in-person or remotely. Jesse’s experience of over 20 years as an educator has enabled him to implement efficient and effective methods, ensuring that each student receives the personalized attention necessary to thrive academically and emotionally during these challenging times. In this interview, we explore the advantages of one-on-one schooling, its application in the post-COVID world, and its potential to transform the landscape of education.

Listen in as I interview Jesse Roselin, Head of School for Pacific Preparatory and Tutor Corps. Pacific Prep is an accredited K12 Online Private School that supports students in-home and virtually, through individualized learning. Tutor Corps supports students through tutoring of all content areas and additionally supports the executive function.

Jesse and I discuss the advantages of schooling one on one, schooling through COVID, and distance learning, and we have authentic conversations about our own lives and families during this time. Jesse has been an educator for over 20 years and he brings his experience and passion to his programs, implementing education in ways he believes are efficient, effective, and relevant.

Distance Learning

Preparing your home and your family for distance learning is going to help ease anxiety for everyone.

Raising an Organized Child, by Dr. Damon Korb.
1. Be Consistent.
2. Introduce order.
3. Give everything a place.
4. Practice forward thinking.
5. Promote problem solving.

Set up your child’s workspace somewhere other than the bed.
1. Have your child be involved in the process of setting up his or her workspace and choose a good spot for it.
2. Have daily materials ready the night before.
3. Have a quiet space with headphones. Use non-distracting music like classical, “chill out,” or video game soundtracks.
4. Have good lighting. Possibly opt for blue light filtering glasses.
5. Have a comfortable chair or seating option.
6. Get a large monitor and possibly a kid-sized keyboard/mouse.
7. Use a large wall or desk calendar to track assignments.

The process of getting back into school:
1. Read everything the teacher sends, and make sure everyone who supports the student does so as well.
2. Learn how to use the platforms.
3. Learn the schedule for synchronous and asynchronous learning time and build a schedule around it that includes breaks (have your student go outside, get air, sunlight, movement, food and water).
4. Recreational screen time should be reserved for AFTER SCHOOL ONLY.
5. Have notifications turned off.
6. Use a self-control application to block tempting websites.
7. Use a daily family calendar so your child knows when NOT to bother you.

Use positive reinforcement to reward positive behavior. It’s the easiest way to get your child to do the behavior you want to see more frequently.

Set boundaries on your own work and screen time.

Attitude is Everything. We will get through this together, and we must model for our children flexibility and adaptability, with a positive attitude. Take care of yourselves and partner with your teachers, and we will come out of this on the other side.

Listen in to hear from Margie Rubin, who is now a retired teacher and behavior specialist. She wants to support families in need of behavior support for their students as we tackle distance learning. We discuss why a child might need support for their behavior, when a good time to connect with a professional is, and how Margie can help your child have more positive behavior and in turn, improve your relationship and make distance learning easier. Behavior happens for a reason, and Margie’s expertise is in figuring out what the reason is, and helping to support the student in that need so that they don’t have to exhibit the maladaptive or “bad” behavior pattern. She helps your student feel supported and makes the experience more positive for both your student and you, as a parent. If you, your child, or someone you know, could potentially benefit from the support of a behavior specialist, please do not hesitate to share this video resource. Margie is available for free consultations and no problem is too small. She is here to help and all of her services can be provided over the phone or video call. She will help to empower you, as parents, to support your student and turn their negative behavior around.

Listen in to hear from Brittney Weinerth, occupational therapist and owner Almaden Valley Children’s Therapy Center, in San Jose, CA. We discuss why a child might need occupational therapy, what it provides, and how to access support from Brittney and the clinicians at her center. Occupational therapy is used to support things like fine and gross motor skills, self-regulation skills, social skills, and sensory processing. Brittney provides some hands on tips and tools you can use with your child immediately, and stresses the importance of the family relationship during this unprecedented time of COVID 19. If you, your child, or someone you know, could benefit from occupational therapy services, please do not hesitate to share this video resource. Brittney’s services are currently provided via tele-health and also in person.

Listen in to hear from Melissa Mayes, Executive Director for Teen Therapy Center and Family Therapy Center in San Jose, CA. We discuss critical mental health issues for families and teens during the COVID-19 pandemic, warning signs and when to reach out for help, and how these community resources can provide critical mental health support. Melissa’s calm and compassionate nature is representative of the kind of care a family receives when they reach out for help. If you, your teen, or someone you know, could benefit from mental health services, please do not hesitate to share this video resource.

Diana Psyras is an educational specialist and owner of Learn Mindfully, an academic support center in Campbell, CA. She holds a Master’s Degree in special education from Santa Clara University, is trained in the Linda Mood-Bell Seeing Stars program, and is a forever learner (like me!). Diana works with children ages 4-16 and specializes in reading interventions for decoding, fluency, comprehension, distance learning and homeschool curriculum support. She is currently working with all clients virtually, and with a lot of success, meaning she can work with students no matter where they are physically located.

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