I say the best thing to do is talk to the teachers about your daughter's improvement and then speak to your daughter. See how she feels about her tutor and whether or not she feels like she's getting the help she needs. If not, time to move on... more
I think a tutor would be a great idea! Having been homeschooled myself, there are just certain things that you need someone to teach you in person.
I definitely say make a complaint to care.com! That's just awful.
The number one most important thing is the tutor and your son get along. You don't just want a "tutor" that comes a few times a week to teach and that's it. You want someone who genuinely cares. More often than not people concentrate too much on credentials... more
I have the same problem with the child I tutor! They don't have ADHD but their mind is constantly wandering and they never seem to concentrate so it takes ages to get through homework. What I've noticed seems to help is cutting outbreaks completely (they're 11 so... more
Start looking for a new tutor first and once you find one that you're 100% you like, then you should let go of her. Sit down and tell her honestly that you need to take a different approach when it comes to getting your child the help that they... more
The most important thing to look for when interviewing someone to tutor your child is the connectivity between the child and the tutor. You could hire someone with a Ph.D. but if they do not have some kind of bond with your child and if the two of them... more