Give your child a jump-start on the next school year with the educational summer programs at The Southfield Center for Development! We are offering an Executive Functions Workshop and Writer's Workshop for middle school students, and a College Essay Boot Camp for high school juniors. Individualized academic tutoring (K-12) and executive functions coaching also available. To learn more, please contact us at (203) 202-7654 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
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The Southfield Center for Development is a family-centered, interdisciplinary practice dedicated to providing comprehensive evaluation and care to children and adolescents not achieving their full potential. Our team of more than 20 skilled practitioners offers an integrated approach to the learning, emotional, behavioral, and medical issues that impact our children, including: academic challenges, poor organization or attention skills including: ADHD, social, emotional, and behavioral challenges, speech and language delays, autism spectrum disorders, and related developmental disabilities, learning disabilities, and nutritional concerns.
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