Founder Marie Schwartz, TeenLife Media, states, "Whether parents have a gifted teenager or a child with very specific learning needs, we created this guide to assist parents in the process of finding the right specialized school or program."
BROOKLINE, MA (PRWEB) November 26, 2012
TeenLife Media, a print and online media company that offers comprehensive information and resources for parents, teens, and educators, has partnered with the Independent Educational Consultants Association (IECA), a professional organization for "IEC's" working in private practice, to publish its first-ever 2012 Guide to Specialized Schools & Programs.
The 2012 Guide to Specialized Schools & Programs is an all-encompassing resource for parents actively seeking a specialized school, college, or program for their teenager with a diagnosed learning disability or emotional or behavioral disorder who may successfully benefit from appropriate education and resources.
Founder Marie Schwartz, TeenLife Media, states, "Whether parents have a gifted and talented teenager or a teenager with very specific learning differences or behavioral needs, finding the right specialized school or program may be a challenging task. TeenLife created this guide to present some real viable options for parents in the research and selection process."
"Families may also benefit from the knowledge and guidance of an independent educational consultant with program and placement expertise," continues Schwartz.
The guide contains detailed information on schools and programs in the following categories:
- Gifted, talented, and online schools
- Boarding schools and colleges for students with learning disabilities
- Therapeutic and emotional growth boarding schools
- Outdoor therapy and rehabilitation centers
- Residential treatment centers
- Transitional independent living/young adult programs
The entire 2012 Guide to Specialized Schools & Programs can be viewed online at: http://www.teenlife-digital.com/tlpublications/GuidetoSpecializedSchools2012tl#pg1
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