One-on-One Programs

One-on-One Programs

Literacy Tutoring | Math Tutoring | Speech & Language Therapy

These programs are held 3 times a year and like all programs here at GiGi’s they are FREE!

Each lesson is planned and implemented by a trained volunteer tutor or our paid Speech Pathologist following purposeful progressions built out for the program. Our one-0n-one programs are built based on how individuals with Down syndrome learn best!

One-on-One programs are scheduled around your availability and meet once a week for 45 minutes.

The spring session begins on January 23rd and is 15 weeks long.

The deadline to apply is January  2, 2023.

Tutor Applications – Now Open

Calling all tutors (new and returning)!

Would you like to make a difference in the life of an individual with Down syndrome? Tutoring in math or literacy would be just the way to do that!

Training is provided for new and returning tutors.

Participant Applications – Now Open

Math and Literacy Tutoring is for individuals with Down syndrome 3 years and up. Speech and Language Therapy is for all ages!

 

Learn more about these programs using the links below!

Literacy Information & Application

Math Information & Application

Speech & Language Information & Application

If you have any questions about one-on-one programs here at GiGi’s, please contact the Playhouse at 309-762-7529 or programsquadcities@gigisplayhouse.org.

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