Cleveland, OH (PRWEB) October 10, 2012
The Ohio Department of Education is once again accepting applications for the Jon Peterson Scholarship. Any private school student who is eligible to receive an IEP for a learning disability, such as dyslexia or attention deficit disorder, autism spectrum disorder, or another learning difference may apply. This scholarship can be used to fund tutoring, remedial instruction, speech and occupational therapies, and other IEP services, up to $20,000 each school year. SOLUTIONS: A+ Learning and Development Centers is an Ohio Department of Education approved provider for the Jon Peterson Special Needs scholarship program. Parents can contact Hadassa Meyers at A+ Learning and Development Centers to start an application - 216-896-0111 or email@example.com.
SOLUTIONS: A+ Learning and Development Centers works directly with the family and the school to meet the needs of each child. They are currently serving students on this scholarship at several nonpublic schools in Northeast Ohio, as well as students who are Home Schooled or in other private educational settings. The fall application period closes November 15, 2012 for 2013 funding. Contact SOLUTIONS: A+ Learning and Development Centers immediately for more information and to begin the application process.
Clinical Psychologist and President of SOLUTIONS, Oren Meyers, PhD, commented, “Our mission is to ensure that every student receives an education designed to meet his or her individual needs. As an approved provider, now we can assist more children and families with our services.”
Special Services Coordinator, Hadassa Meyers, MA, added, “Parents of children with special learning needs now have more educational choices. The process for applying for these funds is straightforward and the benefits to students and families is clear.”
SOLUTIONS, based in Beachwood, Ohio, is a family of companies that provides a full range of services to children, adults and families, including diagnostic assessment and evaluation, tutoring, speech and occupational therapies, counseling and educational planning and advocacy. Its evidence-based, solution-focused services include A+ Learning and Development Centers for educational services to schools and families; Comprehensive Behavioral Health Services for psychological evaluation and treatment; and Associates in Advanced Research and Consulting for program evaluation and statistical analysis services. For more information on SOLUTIONS areas of expertise visit http://www.ohiosolutions.org.