Danville is often referred to as the “heart of the San Ramon Valley.” This California suburb of San Francisco emanates small-town charm yet is equipped with exquisite shopping and dining experiences at Blackhawk Plaza, countless opportunities for outdoor recreation (hiking, biking, running, swimming), and a high-ranked school system. That’s probably why so many of the East Bay’s prominent business people choose to call Danville home.
No matter how wonderful the community is however, it isn’t perfect. Learning disabilities transcend socio-economic boundaries and manifest themselves in even the most idyllic communities. Despite advantages like good schools or even tutors, conditions such as ADD, ADHD, and executive function disorder are on the rise in children and teenagers in Danville. In fact, oftentimes students who suffer from these disabilities are incredibly bright.
All of these disorders disrupt the normal flow of life at school as well as home. Progress is impeded, tasks go un-accomplished, and a child’s potential is not realized. This frustrates both parent and child, and can cause strain on relationships.
Lucky for Danville, Nancy Chin of nearby Orinda is an academic coach. She specializes in helping gifted students with ADD, ADHD, and executive function disorders. By working intensively one-on-one with her through her program students learn valuable skills and habits for overcoming the debilitating effects of learning differences. Intended for use first in the classroom, her holistic approach can be applied to all areas of life and help a person function better overall.
The first step to combating these disorders is acknowledging they exist. Take the first step and see Nancy’s prospective clients list today to see if your child could benefit from her program. What have you got to lose?
Call Nancy at Step By Step for Success and discuss options to help your child.
* Step By Step for Success serves the California Bay Area including the cities of Alamo, Danville, Concord, Pleasant Hill, Orinda, Moraga, Lafayette, Walnut Creek, San Ramon, Berkeley, Oakland, Piedmont, and other local cities.