The Benefits Of Time Clarity
When you improve your relationship with time you will be able to:
Manage Your Schedule More Effectively.
Time blindness affects your ability to manage your time appropriately, preventing you from getting things done on time. By learning time management strategies, you will be better equipped to organize and stick to a schedule.
Improve Your Interpersonal Relationships.
If you continually show up late for social events (or miss them altogether), your loved ones may feel frustrated. We can help you improve your understanding of the passage of time to stay on track and punctual. Your friends and family will appreciate the change.
Perform Better at School or Work.
For those with time blindness, juggling deadlines, meetings, classes, study sessions, and work periods can be an ongoing challenge. Effective time management skills are key to success in both your academic and professional life.
Do you leave assignments to the last minute? This is a classic symptom of time blindness. We will teach you how to master your schedule so you stay on top of deadlines.
Find Peace of Mind.
If you are chronically late for appointments or meetings, or struggle to submit assignments on time, it can weigh heavily on your emotional well-being. It is important to understand that time blindness is not intentional, and you can learn to overcome it.
Boost Your Quality of Life.
What a relief it can be to take control over your day-to-day and know that you have made time for all your responsibilities. You can expect to stress and worry less, and be able to focus more on enjoying your life to the fullest.
How We Are Different
A Unique Supervisory Model
What sets us apart from other tutoring companies is our unique supervisory model: we are a network of independent professionals, each of whom works closely with a supervisor who is an expert educator, learning specialist, or neuropsychologist. This structure provides families with peace of mind knowing that their child is getting the most effective interventions. There are multiple sets of eyes on each case and we’re able to collaborate to find the best way to reach every student.
When a specialist or parent reaches out to us, they’ll have an intake call with an expert supervisor. The supervisor will delve into the student’s academic history and neuropsychological testing results, if available, as well as find out about the student’s personality, interests, learning style, and learning challenges.
After the intake process, the supervisor will identify the tutor within our network who is ideally suited to support the student based on the tutor’s experience, specialization, personality, and skill set. We pride ourselves on creating strong matches.
The supervisor has consistent check-ins with the tutor and reviews the tutor’s session summaries, offering written guidance and supplemental support. Everyone needs feedback and community support, and our model provides this for our tutors.
Reflection & Growth
Reflection & Growth
As part of our commitment to excellence, we stay apprised of the latest research and tools. We also reflect on our cases to identify what worked and what was less successful and then share that with the team. This helps us hone our expertise and methodology.
Our Students’ Success Speaks For Itself
“It is clear that Anna and her dedicated, specialized and empathic team of tutors go above and beyond the traditional tutor. Our family has used Organizational Tutors for over 4 years now and we are consistently impressed by the thought out process and ‘match’ that is done to meet each of my children’s specific learning needs. The careful considerations that are made to pair each child with an appropriate tutor is very apparent. We are continually impressed by the organization as a whole and the caliber of tutors that we have worked with.”Sarah
“Want to take a moment to say thank you for another great semester. Of all the teachers I’ve had I can think of no one else who has had so much impact on me in so many areas of my life. Whether I’m calendaring or working on an essay or thinking through relationships I often hear your voice in my head. I feel lucky and deeply grateful that I’ve gotten to work with you for so many years.”Ben
“I just wanted to touch base with you now that K has worked with P. I really think that she is so terrific and can truly help my daughter not just in this moment but long term. I feel she will help P build a strong foundation not only with strategies that can be used academically but emotionally as well. I’m very grateful, thank you!”K
“Thank you so much for your session recap. I'm glad to know that H was able to independently apply the strategies for solving tricky words that we have been teaching in class. We are seeing lots of transference of organizational strategies across all of my son's work in school. He is doing great!”H
“I wanted to share with you A's progress report, which we got at parent-teacher conferences yesterday. Overall, the feedback was really positive and his teachers have seen a big improvement in his ability to stay on task and work independently (yay!). You'll see the report says they're working with him to write out his daily schedule, but they told us that since they wrote the progress report, he's been doing so independently!”A
“I wanted to reach out to thank you for the tremendous support you gave I. You were absolutely instrumental in assisting him to launch back into college. Your positive approach, mixed with detailed direction, was just what he needed...We said to I that whenever he needs extra support he should not hesitate to reach back out to you because sometimes our path is not linear and he may well want that additional assistance. So in the meantime I really wish you well and thank you again for all that you did!”I