Special Education Consultants
Asia Pacific Group is one of the leading and most trusted education & migration consultants in Melbourne and Sydney. We offer all kinds of visa services along with admission in PY, NAATI, and variety of other courses. We also provide high-quality PTE training at our Melbourne office. We are one of the fastest growing education & migration consultants and have been providing best-in-class services since 2009.
Do you desire to study abroad or live in a foreign country like Australia, Canada or New Zealand? Do not know how to proceed with the visa application process? You need not worry! Aussizz Group armed with the extensive experience of their Education consultants and Immigration consultants in providing end-to-end visa services to thousands of clients can help you with the right kind of assistance as per your requirements.
We have more than 12 offices in Australia, India, Dubai and Nepal collectively. Many of our clients in Nepal have realised their abroad dreams. You can visit us at our Nepal office to consult with our experts to avail the best help. We have 12 Registered Migration Agents who have all the exclusive information and detailed knowledge about the all the Visas for Australia. In addition, our consultants can guide you with the choice of courses and help you apply to the top universities and institutes in Australia, Canada, New Zealand. So, get started with the process to fly abroad today with Aussizz Group.
Adam A. Johnson M.Ed. provides specialized private tutoring, academic coaching, and advocacy for Northern VA students and families. He has worked extensively throughout the area with students of all ages in nearly every subject area. He specializes working with students with learning disabilities, but works with students of all types and learning profiles.
For students who need legal assistance with education issues like enrollment; language access; special education access, testing or services; and school discipline. We can help students communicate with schools about their legal rights, work with students and parents to ensure that they can effectively communicate with schools about students’ needs (e.g. language access issues), work with students on IEP and special-needs related issues (including attending IEP meetings), and help students in discipline hearings or petitions.
When referring, please direct students and parents to contact our main referral line and leave a message, 703-778-3450. They should leave a message with their name and phone number and our legal assistant will promptly return their call. They must leave a message to get in contact with us – there is often no person available to answer the phone directly. Note also that there are no walk-in hours on Fridays.
Kathmandu Infosys (or Kathmandu Infosys Educational Consultancy (P) Ltd (KIEC)) is a private institution that serves Nepalese students intending to study abroad. Services include academic & career counseling, standardized and proficiency test preparation. Study abroad in USA, Australia, New Zealand, UK, Japan, Europe.
Create a plan of action based on family interview, evaluation of relevant school, therapy and medial reports to support the educational strengths and needs of children with disabilities.
• Coach students and families to support the different learning style needs of their child, support families to manage behavioral strategies in their home, and encourage their understanding of special education laws and evaluation reports so that they are better able to advocate for their child’s special needs.
• Collaborate with schools to find creative, effective and equitable resolutions for each child’s plan to so that they benefit from their education.
My research interests are in the area of applied behavior analysis and early childhood special education. Specifically, I am interested in understanding what instructional strategies and environmental arrangements are most effective in facilitating the learning of young children with autism and related disabilities. My research involves identifying and validating instructional strategies for children with autism and other significant disabilities and in understanding how to teach teachers and others to implement these strategies with high fidelity. I am also interested in issues related to social relationships of young children with disabilities, inclusion, applied behavior analysis, and social validity. In 1997, my colleagues and I started Project DATA, a school-based early intervention program for children with autism. Research about Project DATA integrates my interests in program effectiveness, implementation, and inclusive education.