Our Math Program
Teaching math to children with Mild Intellectual Disabilities (MID) and Moderate to Intellectual Disabilities (MOID) is crucial for their overall academic and personal development. Math provides a foundation for problem-solving and critical thinking, and these skills are essential for success in many areas of life, including academics, employment, and independent living. By teaching math to children with MID and MOID, we are empowering them with the tools and skills they need to succeed in a complex and rapidly changing world.
In addition to its practical applications, math also plays a key role in promoting cognitive development and improving brain function. Research has shown that math can help improve memory, attention, and reasoning skills, and it can also enhance overall cognitive flexibility. Teaching math to children with MID and MOID can therefore not only help them acquire important life skills but also promote their cognitive growth and development. By providing them with individualized instruction, specialized materials, and appropriate support, we can help unlock their full potential and achieve success in math and beyond.