Here is an example of what various learning interventions may cost:
|3D Learner Program||2 to 4 months||$3500 – $6000|
|Phonics-based Program||2 – 3 years||$10000 – $15000|
|National Learning Center||2 – 3 years||$9000 -$13500|
|Brain Training||12 weeks||$6000|
|Private tutoring at $250/week||2 – 4 years||$15000 – $30000|
When comparing programs, consider the following criteria. Does this program:
- increase my child’s reading comprehension level
- address attention / self control issues
- address standardized test scores
- help with school (teacher connection)
- improve self-esteem
- address self advocacy
- identify and address eye-teaming issues
- help with sports / motor skills
- reduce homework time and stress
- reduce anxiety / frustration
- reduce the need for grade retention / remedial reading classes
- focus on long-term trajectory (goal setting)
- engage students (kids want to go)
- help parents with how to coach and advocate
- fit your budget
3D Learner addresses all of these 15 issues and more.
We understand many parents are searching for financing options when confronted with program costs to help their child succeed in school. Tutoring has become a business for many companies, but not for 3D Learner. We personally work and supervise our students in our office and online programs.
A solution that has helped some parents pay over 12, 15 and even 18 months with no interest and no charges, as long as they make the monthly payments, can be found at Credit Card Options
A mother’s testimonial after her son completed the 3D Learner program
“The changes after our son, Curtis attended 3D learner in 3rd grade were remarkable! When he returned to school after an intensive week at 3D Learner in Boca Raton, the teachers said, “what did they do? He’s a different kid. He doesn’t get angry and he’s quit being the class clown.”
I was like, “Duh, you wouldn’t listen to me when I told you he just needed a different perspective and that he was frustrated because he felt stupid for not getting it. He joked around to divert attention from the fact he couldn’t do the work.” Seemed obvious to me and I couldn’t understand how trained teachers couldn’t figure it out. One size does not fit all.
I searched for resources and found 3D Learner which was “almost” in our backyard…we lived only 2 hrs away.
Thank you for intervening to help us help him learn in his way! He went from nearly failing first and second grade because he “couldn’t read”, to being in honors math, reading and English by 5th grade! Now graduating with straight A’s.
It was hard work, but he did it with confidence after figuring out how he learned!”