eLuma is a leading provider of teletherapy solutions for K-12 schools, connecting students and educators with clinicians and innovative software to support their special education and mental health programs. The company provides an array of services, including mental health counseling, school psychology, as well as speech, occupational, and physical therapies, which are delivered live and online by certified therapists using the company’s proprietary platform and innovative case management system. Recently, eLuma established an integrated mental health services model focused on student, family
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Wilson Language Training® is a leading provider of professional learning and research-based reading and spelling curricula for all ages. Its multisensory structured literacy programs, Fundations®, Just Words®, the Wilson Reading System®, give educators the highly effective resources they need to help their students become fluent, independent readers.
Collaborative Learning Solutions is an educational consulting firm that works with K-12 school districts/sites/local education agencies around the country. They are committed to challenging the status quo in education and interrupting outcomes for marginalized youth, as the company started ten years ago in special education focusing on emotional and behavioral disorders. Collaborative Learning Solutions serves as a thought partner to develop school climate guidelines and accountability systems that create equitable, safe, supportive, and thriving learning environments.
Pearson Clinical Assessments are trusted globally to help professionals like you improve the lives of your students. Each tool is developed based on the latest research and best practice, and represents the highest technical quality in clinical assessment. Q-interactive® and Q-global® digital solutions provide the advantage of streamlining your workflow and offer innovative ways to engage your students. Our reliable, well-validated tools assess child and adult personality, behavior, neuropsychology, ability/intelligence, speech and language, vocations, and biopsychosocial issues— leading to