To learn more about how we are specialized with Autism Spectrum Disorder, visit our Autism page.

Do you tutor students on all levels of the autism spectrum?

We tutor all students capable of learning who are on the spectrum. Students’ enrollment into a program is determined at the initial consultation.

Is your tutoring service eligible for funding by the Autism Funding Unit?

Yes. Mind Over Learning’s tutoring services are eligible for funding by the Autism Funding Unit for Out of School Private Tutoring for ages 6 to 18.

How do I apply for funding?

If your child has been diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder and you would like to enroll in the Autism Funding Program, contact your local Ministry of Children and Family Development (MCFD) office to complete a funding agreement. You can find additional contact information on our Resources page.

MCFD: Ministry Of Children and Family Development

Give us a call and we would be happy to help you with this process.

How are you specialized for students with autism?

We don’t just tutor students with autism; we do it right.

We have taken extreme measures to ensure we exceed all standards set for students with autism set by the Ministry of Children and Family Development (“Best Practices”).

Mind Over Learning is specifically designed for autism in 4 major ways: our tutors, our programs, our assessment, and how we teach:

  • Our tutors are expertly trained in all aspects of autism.
  • All of our programs are designed around the shared common core symptoms of autism and are further individualized for each student.
  • Our assessment analyzes the shared common learning challenges of students with autism and those unique to each individual student.
  • Our method of teaching students with autism includes a multi-sensory approach, the right learning environment, and our tutors’ ability to interact with students who have autism.

See our Autism page to read more about how we are specialized in this area.

In addition, read about our Reading Comprehension and Writing programs to see how these are modified for students with autism.