It is good to find and do business with a trained educational therapist that doesn’t cost too much. I have found that there are good fits for my children and some that are not good to work with. Here is a quick guide I put together to help others find out who to hire.
First, I try to get a feel for what the person’s experience is like. I don’t want to hire someone that doesn’t know how to work with a child-like mine because that ends up costing money that doesn’t get my child what they need to thrive. I always make it a point to ask them what they’ve done in the past for other children, and if they are new to this, I ask where they have trained. It’s important to me not to hire someone new and is just learning the ropes without any training.
Finding out what a reasonable price to pay for my child’s therapist specializing in educati9on is vital to me. I never want to hire someone charging quite a bit more than the rest, even though they can do similar work to those with fairer prices. I find that it’s easy to figure out what to pay because all you have to do is look into what a handful of people want to charge. Then, you can weed out who wants a lot more than the rest, so you don’t get a bad deal.
When I hired my child’s educational therapist, I made sure that they were appropriately trained and wouldn’t break the bank. The key is to find someone who will help your child the most to overcome their learning challenges.