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As Autism is a spectrum, some parents feel their loved one needs additional help with school. Supplemental learning through one-on-one special needs tutors may be able to help your student’s academic success.

The list below may not be exhaustive, but is a list of agencies ASIE knows of which has experience with tutoring students with autism.

Briese Learning Experience
37501 Windsor Court, Murrieta
(951) 461-9364
Licensed Educational Psychologist administers psychoeducational evaluations, offers counseling, mentoring and consultation.
Provides multiple listing of tutors with experience with special needs students.

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.

Justine Sherman & Associates, Inc.
1490 N. Claremont, CA 91711 909-626-0900
147 E. Olive Avenue, Monrovia, CA 91016 626-355-1729
A nonpublic agency that serves the speech-language, educational, and orofacial myofunctional needs of clients throughout the San Gabriel and Pomona Valleys.

Lindamood-Bell Seasonal Learning Clinic
Community Baptist Church, 9090 19th Street, Rancho Cucamonga
(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.

Temecula Valley Therapy Services
41769 Enterprise Circle N. Suite 104 & 105, Temecula, CA 92590
(951) 303-8255
Offers a variety of services including a complete diagnostic and therapeutic speech-language pathology clinic, reading instruction using Lindamood-Bell® programs, Earobics®, computerized programs, consultations and parent training, social skills classes, occupational therapy, feeding therapy and Fast Forward®.

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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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