Tutors typically help with particular subjects, like math, while Educational therapists tend to have a broader approach. They teach kids techniques to deal with learning and attention issues, which may go beyond what they learn in class.

Briese Learning Experience
37501 Windsor Court, Murrieta
(951) 461-9364
Email: bjbriese@verizon.net
Licensed Educational Psychologist administers psychoeducational evaluations, offers counseling, mentoring and consultation.

Bright Path Tutoring LLC
(760) 662-7511
Bright Path Tutoring LLC offers tutoring in reading and math to ages 5-12. As a Special Education Teacher and BCBA, I specialize in working with kids with special needs. I also offer classes in social skills and executive functioning to ages 5-18 as well as  ABA services to ages 5-12 and parent training. To sign up or inquire more about services parents can go to my website or call.

Offers special needs tutoring at an average special needs tutoring rate: $18.00/hr. Also provides childcare for special needs.

Dyslexia Correction Specialties – David Hirst
(909) 241-6079
Offers the Davis Dyslexia Correction ® program. Specializes in strategies to help with dyslexia, reading , math, handwriting and spelling. Has been a Davis Dyslexia Correction® facilitator for the past 8 year; spent 2 years in training with DDAI and has worked with over 100 clients. Graduated with a BS in Physical Education and Health Science from Loma Linda University and has a California Teaching Credential.

Lindamood-Bell Seasonal Learning Clinic
9121 Haven Ave., Suite 160, Rancho Cucamonga, California 91730
100 Cajon Street, Redlands, CA 92373
(800) 233 1819
Both locations offer summer programs for reading, comprehension, spelling, and math. Works on solutions for learning challenges—including the symptoms of dyslexia, hyperlexia, ADD/HD, and autism spectrum disorders.

Skills for Success
1655 E. Sixth St., Suite A-6A Corona, CA 92879
(951) 858-1643
Provides educational therapy, consultation and coaching to families of children with and without special needs. Once areas of strengths and needs have been identified through parental input and academic assessments, recommendations for improvement can be provided. An educational plan can be developed to ensure academic and emotional success for each child and their family.

Terry Tutoring
(310) 254-0909
Offers a comprehensive package of private tutoring, family coaching, and educational advocacy in the Inland Empire and Orange County areas. Christine Terry has her Juris Doctor from Thomas M. Cooley Law School. Free 30 min consultation available whereas a proposal will be put together outlining the hours estimated needed for service.

Wings Speech and Language Services
1500 S Haven Ave Suite 190, Ontario, California
(909) 390-1313
Offers a variety of services including diagnostic and therapeutic speech-language services, social skills classes, AAC assessments and Fast Forward®. Takes PPO private health insurance, Healthy Families and private pay.


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This Resource Guide was developed to provide families and professionals with an opportunity to find resources related to autism in the Inland Empire in one place.

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