At Family Pathway, we want to be in a position whereby we are able to connect to the specific learning needs of learners. We know that specific learning needs are specific to a person. This therefore requires a person-centered approach.
A person-centered approach
Not everyone needs to have a diagnosis, but learners who are experiencing difficulties, do need to be able to access appropriate, practical and timely support.
Our focus at Family Pathway, is on the learner as a person and what they can do, not their condition or disability. The Family Pathway Coach works with children, young people and families focusing on achieving the person's aspirations, so we tailor to individual needs and unique circumstances. Where necessary, we support our work with screeners to ensure that we support the strengths and reduce the weaknesses for the learner.
Our screeners cover areas in reading, spelling, maths, social and verbal interaction, speech and language, attention, and motor coordination, executive functioning skills, social and emotional regulation, identifying learning difficulties and associated challenges efficiently and effectively.
A person-centred approach enables a person to build and keep control over their life.