For students who have learning differences, autism,
attention deficit or sensory processing disorders, genetic errors or cognitive
delay sit can be very difficult to acquire these critical skills.
Dr. Cherie Percaccio is a cognitive neuroscientist with over 18 years’ experience and a personal understanding of what it is like to have a brain injury. After being hit by a car when she was in grade school, Cherie worked hard for years to regain the ability to talk, walk, and succeed in school. Today she is an example of how a damaged brain can regenerate, recover, and excel.
Through one-on-one cognitive training, academic concept development and nurturing self-esteem and confidence, students learn, develop, and succeed.
Dr. Percaccio is a cognitive neuroscientist with over 20 years’ experience educating students with autism, sensory processing problems, genetic errors, or attention deficit.