Now offering parenting consultations - a friendly helping hand. Frequently parents are not sure where to start or what options are available. By no means does this replace proper medical assistance but it does help the parent have a better understanding of how the educational system works and what each different medical specialist offer and what their qualifications mean.
EduHelp reveals each child's individual potential and strengths to help them achieve socially and academically
Helping all children achieve more!
We use the senses and different learning techniques to help children work within the schooling system.
"space practice" or "the interval approach" which EduHelp refers to as "delayed repetition" - repeating information over "spaced intervals" - learning a concept, taking a break (focusing on a new topic), return to the previous concept - over an extending period of time - using a cyclical approach (revisiting concepts and building knowledge).
read, write, comprehend and express with confidence
has a positive, unique and specialised approach to assist ALL children.
EduHelp believes in helping children work with their strengths to bridge the learning difference gap. There is no “quick fix” or making “problems disappear” because just like adults, children also have differences. It is not about creating an “A” learner it is about developing a child’s abilities and skills. No ability or skill is constant (hence why we call them “current abilities”) because these change and children progress.
About Melissa Joyce van Oordt
- MA in History (UKZN)
- BA (Honours) in History
- Psychology (UNISA)
- Honours: Counseling Psychology
- EFR Instructor
- 13 Years experience working with adults and children who struggled with English and had learning challenges
- 2 Years managerial experience in a remedial facility, under a renowned, top-class remedial specialist, managing the English section with over 100 learners and 4 team members.
- A diagnosed dyslexic and ADHD who has been through and personally understands the challenges of struggling through school.