Collaborative Center for Learning and Development expands

The Collaborative Center for Learning and Development (TCC) has announced its expansion and relocation to a new 2,500-square-foot facility  at 78 Harvard Avenue in Stamford.

TCC, originally referred to as Greenwich Education Group’s Specialized Learning Services (SLS), was founded in 2008 by a small team of dedicated cross-disciplined professionals with a vision of individualized student support.

The TCC team offers an integrated array of practical services and programs, customized to address individual learning profiles and social/emotional needs by leveraging each student’s strengths.

In 2013, retaining the collaborative, high-quality team approach, TCC began using its new name and working more closely with school districts and parent groups to increase community awareness of its programs, approaches and staff.

Working collaboratively with families and schools, TCC’s mission is to guide and support a student to be ready, able, and excited to learn.

Co-director Diane Ferber said, “Student outcomes improve when state-of-the-art interventions and methods are applied. Together, this student-centered philosophy and our strong, personal working relationships with families and schools have combined to drive word-of-mouth-support and a resultant need for our own space.”

“Having state-of-art facilities is consistent with GEG’s philosophy of providing our students and their families with the most supportive and student-oriented learning environment possible,” said co-director Nancy Grejtak. “Our new space gives us even greater opportunities to customize instruction so that each child can reach full potential through differentiated learning.”

TCC offers customized assessments to understand learning styles and challenges; speech and language services; a results-driven executive function coaching program; behavioral therapy and ABA; Orton Gillingham reading instruction; one-on-one subject tutoring for students with ADHD and learning differences; programs to help reduce anxiety, improve social skills and regulate emotions and support for students experiencing stressful life events.

The staff is comprised of highly credentialed and engaged specialists in areas such as behavior modification, speech and language, reading, special education and clinical and school psychology. They serve students from pre-K through college.

For more information, contact Ms. Ferber or Ms. Grejtak at 203-409-0069 or visit CollaborativeCenter.org.

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