Handwriting Tutoring: A Session Designed
October 25, 2011
8:00 PM ET
Different situations warrant seeking help in handwriting. Some children have simply had poor handwriting instruction, while others may not have been taught handwriting at all in school or at home. Some schools expect kindergarten students to walk in the first week of school already writing. Even some adults need to refine or relearn their writing skills.
No matter the situation, it's your job as the handwriting tutor to instill the mechanics of writing to promote good habits that will help them succeed in other academic areas and build self esteem.
Join us on October 25th to learn some simple steps to start your tutoring business.
In addition to being an occupational therapist, Christina is an HWT Level 1 Certified Handwriting Specialist. She has extensive pediatric experience providing services to children in schools, early intervention, and private tutoring. She has a handwriting tutoring business where she sees children from 6 years of age and up who are experiencing difficulty with handwriting.
Christine Cridland is an occupation therapist and an HWT Level 1 Certified Handwriting Specialist. She has eighteen years of experience providing services from children in preschool to the elderly population in a variety of settings. Christine worked in the Arlington County, Virginia Public Schools. In addition, she works daily at several, private area schools, as well as provide handwriting tutoring after school.