6686 Mount Hope Drive, San Jose, 95120, CA

Support your child with practical
tools to learn deeper, better
and faster.
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Contact us today Take a free assessment Unlock your child's potential to enhance their learning and boost confidence.

PROVIDING REAL SOLUTIONS FOR YOUR CHILDREN TO

  • Overcome Academic Challenges
  • Learn faster and retain the stuff in long term Memory.
  • Attend tasks with improved focus and concentration.
  • Enhance problem solving and critical thinking skills.
  • Stimulate Creativity.
  • Get Organized and use their time effectively.
  • GImprove their Listening Skills.

Dr. Anupma Sethi

  • Doctorate in Learning Disabilities from The University of Delhi
  • Certified in the SOI Systems of Cognitive Skills Assessment And
    Training Program
  • Orton-Gillingham Reading Therapist
  • Licensed Brain Gym Coach
  • 20 Years of rich experience of working with children with Learning
    Disabilities and ADHD
Anupma Sethi

Practical and proven tools to optimize learning, confidence and success of your child

training

Training under SOI systems

Fast ForWord Literacy program

listening

The Listening Program under Advanced Brain Technologies

Multi-sensory Literacy Instruction

Identify the challenges your child might be facing

Unlock your child’s potential to enhance their learning and boost confidence.

FAQ’s

Frequently Asked Questions.

Yes. Working on-to-one allows us to provide the intensity, individualization, and specific feedback needed to make significant changes in a short amount of time.

Yes, we also work in small groups. The groups are created for students in similar age groups and somewhat similar needs. There may be 2 to 3 groups of children (each group will not exceed 3 students) working on different skills like IPP lab, Fast ForWord stations, Remedial education. Each group works with trained and experienced therapists.

SAQ’s

Should Ask Questions

At first, it may be difficult to fit in homework, activities, and sessions at the learning center, but for most students, homework gradually becomes easier and homework time becomes shorter. Students become less anxious and more confident and willing. For most, attention both in school and at home increases.

Schools focus on academic skills. They do not generally address the weak underlying processing/learning skills that cause students to struggle. Special education provides valuable support for students but does not typically correct the problem.

Support and accommodations at school are helpful at the moment, but they are not a long-term solution.

EmpowerKidz supports your child with Confidence, Independence, & Excellence.

Testimonial

Carrie Burchfield - Forever in gratitude,

My daughter participated in the Empowerkidz program for over 6 months. She is a 7-year-old child with ADHD. Throughout this program, my daughter increasingly demonstrated the capacity to retain information learned. Her ability to focus and maintain attention changed dramatically; so much so that her teacher noticed the improvement.

Shilpa & Ajay Garg - Forever in gratitude,

My Path was directed to empower kids when my 7 year old son, Ayush struggled with reading and writing skills for the languages ( English and Hindi). Although he was excellent in all other subjects especially Math’s but due to the issue of reading and writing his overall performance was not encouraging and as per his class standards.

Neeta and family - Forever in gratitude,

Discovering at the age of 5 plus that there is something amiss with your normal looking and a talking child was a rather scary and harrowing experience for young parents back at the beginning of the 90s!! With literally no idea of what ADHD stood for, or what it meant for your little precious one to be diagnosed as Dyslexic!!

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