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One-on-One Special Education Services
Designed for the Individual,
Not the Masses.

Dedicated to Excellence!

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Did you know 1 in 6 young adults
are impacted by disabilities or special needs?

We can make a difference.

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If your child has special needs,
so do you.

We can help!

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A partner in your child’s success

With a focus on the child, we provide educational therapy through educational advocacy and specialized tutoring. Our commitment is to collaboration, inclusion. and evidence-based education and advocacy plans.

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Powerful Assessments

Developing accurate baselines with well-researched and accredited assessment programs is the first step toward effective education for children and young adults with learning difficulties and/or disabilities.

Educational Advocacy

Every child has a right to an inclusive education geared toward adult success. Learn how we promote collaboration between the child, therapists, parents, and the schools. We’re the other “Mama Bear”!

Educate and Tutor

From one-on-one tutoring sessions in your home or our office to family education programs and tools for parent advocacy, we are excited to offer our services as the premier option for Nevada families. from Las Vegas to Reno.

Make an Appointment

Come in and chat for a few minutes about your concerns for your child, and interest in our advocacy and tutoring services.

Calendar Information

Peruse our calendar of family nights and special needs community events…or add your own!


Check out our News pages and stay current in the Las Vegas special needs community.

Resource Bank

Check out local, state, federal and private resource links and videos for disability services.

Join Our Team

Are you interested in sharing your vast expertise with children and young adults with special needs?

Sponsor a Child

Give the gift of special education by purchasing a service for a loved one…or even a stranger!

" When you focus on someone's disability..."

you'll overlook their abilities, beauty, and uniqueness. Once you learn to accept and love them for who they are, you subconsciously learn to love yourself unconditionally.

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Recent News


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Frequently Asked Questions

The simple answer is yes. Research demonstrates that intervention is a virtual guarantee for a child’s success. The sooner that tutoring can supplement a child’s education, the greater the chances of success in an inclusive school setting. As we know, the world is an inclusive setting and ALL children deserve the right to an effective education in the least restrictive environment.

No, many of our kids just need a little help to learn new concepts or brush up on something. In addition, many parents bring their child to NEAT Services before an IEP or 504 plan is formalized by the school district.

That’s one of the skills we love to do! We offer a variety of advocacy training for parents, including one-on-one consultations, group sessions, community outreach lectures…even going through an IEP with a parent or guardian and offering a report on how to insist on appropriate services. Give us a call.

In a word: Yes! We are an important part of the team, but only part of the team. Our collaborative approach includes the parents, the therapists, the educators, the schools, and any paraprofessional or team member with an interest in the child’s success.

Dedicated to the excellence of every child, of every ability.