“My son, like so many others that attend this school, was unable to thrive in public school. My son has ADHD, Auditory Processing Disorder, and Dyslexia. The IEP that was provided was not equipped to help my son’s needs. In fact out of the two public schools he attended in Paulding County neither even knew what Auditory Processing Disorder was, let alone know how to help him. Even holding him back a grade was not an option to help sustain his education.
I was left feeling hopeless until I found Brookwood. The small classroom environment gives him the one on one attention he needs to properly understand the subject matter. The teachers have the knowledge concerning his specific learning disabilities to know how to properly help him. In addition, they have special classes to help train his brain to function on a normal spectrum.
Since attending this school, after just one year of the special classes he is testing on a normal level for Auditory Processing Disorder, however the doctor has admitted that he needs to continue in the classes to continue working on this specific disability. I am a single mom of three and work two jobs to support my family. Without financial assisting programs to help me pay for my son’s tuition I could not afford to send him here. I am like many other families that attend this school. Any financial help would be a HUGE benefit to all the children that are simply not able to function in a normal public school setting.
Brookwood has been one of the Biggest Blessings in my son’s life. It has saved his education and future goals to succeed in life!
Please help our school to continue to help as many children as possible!”Anna, a concerned parent
The Georgia Special Needs Scholarship (SB10) is critical for many of our families, as well as the waiver.
We are hopeful for a different outcome this year with SB386 and excited to continue to push these legislative changes. There is a brief call to discuss the 2020-2021 legislative session and how you can get engaged on Wednesday, November 18 at 7pm. Click HERE for more information.
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