Tuesday, October 16, 2007


My 5-year-old son started Kindergarten this year. I have a lot of hopes and dreams for him, just like any mother would. However, I worry a little more then most maybe. My little man was born prematurely at 29 weeks. He weighed a mere 3 pounds (considered big for his age, believe it or not). My husband and I didn’t know if he’d survive his first few days of life. Later we faced some health scares and some very noticeable developmental delays.

I’m happy to say developmentally he has caught up for he most part. He has come such a long way. I’m so proud of my little guy. Still, I know he is behind in some areas. So when is the right time to seek help when it comes to his education?

I’ve done some research on Score Learning centers. They help children starting at the age of 4 to 14 make significant academic progress with an Innovative Tutor. From what I’ve read, they truly sound like an education center that would lead my son down the right path to getting strong academic grades. This in-turn would build his self-esteem and maybe allow me to worry a little less.

I shouldn't drag my feet on this. Part of me would rather ignore the problems my little guy is exhibiting. Yet if I want to truly help him I need to look for a center near me. I need to take the time to learn a little more about what they could offer my son.

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