Educational Services in Rome

AIFA (Associazione Italiana Famigilie ADHD)

AIFA (Associazione Italiana Famigilie ADHD)

A non-profit association dedicated to those who have a child or adult in the family with ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder). Aims to offer support and hope for a better future for the family, making them feel less alone.

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ArborBridge

ArborBridge

ArborBridge prepares students anywhere in the world for U.S. college admissions success by guiding them to their highest possible SAT, ACT, and SAT Subject tests scores. ArborBridge has perfected the live, online tutoring experience, allowing students anywhere in the world to receive the highest quality test preparation and training. All...

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Behavioural Optometrist

Behavioural Optometrist

Belinda Babumba is a Behavioural Optometrist who specialises in Paediatric Optometry and Visual Stress. She works with children and students with a range of visual and learning difficulties, Dyslexia and Dyspraxia. From her work it is evident how these restrictions can affect performance in the classroom and during lectures. Students are...

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Break Into English, Italy

Break Into English, Italy

Break Into English offers language lessons online for children for all levels and all ages. Online Skype lessons for kids are taught by highly qualified native teachers that are trained specifically to teach kids using our uniquely effective technique which keeps young learners engaged and challenged at all times. Language...

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SOS Dislessia

SOS Dislessia

SOS Dislessia is a service company that promotes clinical, rehabilitative and educational activities for children and adults with developmental dyslexia. The headquarters are in Siena but the SOS Dislessia centres are widespread throughout Italy including Bologna, Milan, Modena, Palermo, Rome and Turin.

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Special Kids of Rome

Special Kids of Rome

Special Kids of Rome, or SKOR, is a self-help group that aims to support the families of children with special educational needs and learning differences. All roads lead to Rome, and the city is home to many international families but it can be hard to track down what kind of support is...

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Una Breccia Nel Muro

Una Breccia Nel Muro

Una Breccia Nel Muro (A Breach in the Wall) volunteer association was established at the end of 2011 to support autistic children aged 2 to 12 years, providing access to individually tailored intensive behavioural interventions with the goal to improve their quality of life.

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