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Horizon Vision

Horizon Educational Consulting strives to empower parents in decision making to achieve short and long term educational goals for their children, helping them move forward with objectives to achieve success on their journey of learning.

Horizon Mission

Helping parents make informed decisions in educational matters

Helping parents make informed decisions in educational matters

Flexible Appointments

In-home client consultations.

Evening and weekend appointments

Distance consultation through Skype

Optimizing Success

Parent coaching with a focus on guiding learning skills

Home learning environment assessments

Academic testing and learning style profiles 

Navigating The System

Behaviour issues associated with learning and school

Special Education process assistance (IPRC , IEP, system classes )

Parenting a special needs child (Autism, ADHD, gifted, learning disabilities)

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Transition Planning

Secondary school program option information

Post-secondary education

Workplace experience (co-op)

Community living and life skills

What is an Educational Consultant?

A professional educator with rich and varied classroom teaching experience, knowledge of educational research and policy and resourcefulness in finding appropriate solutions for parents dealing with challenging choices in educational matters regarding their children.

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Why do I need the service of Educational Consultant?

  • I am new to the area and unaware of school and program choices available
  • I am facing a dilemma with a school issue and don’t know who to turn to
  • I am unsure of my child’s needs and don’t know how to help him/her
  • I am interested in having my child assessed for academic performance using standardized tests
  • I receive information about my child from school which conflicts with my knowledge and perception of him/her
  • I am looking for an objective opinion on information from family and friends

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