synonyms: ability, strength, might
Latin root: The word empower comes from the Old French prefix 'em-' meaning 'in, into' and the root 'power' which comes from the early 1300s, meaning 'ability, strength, might'. That is precisely what we do at empowerED, bring you into your strength and ability.
v. Enabling students to take pride in who they are and how they best learn by developing individualized strategies to overcome challenges and optimize their learning potential. Our students gain confidence and achieve success in their EDucational and life journeys.
parents (and educators):
EDucating parents on how to navigate a students' optimal EDucational path, their rights, and tools for parents (and EDucators) to use to guide the students to perform up to their ability.
empowerED provides educational/academic services for school-age children. Our educational therapist, learning specialists, tutors and teachers remediate, supplement and support students, families and school teachers. This is done via individualized Zoom sessions and in-person sessions when appropriate. All sessions are catered to students' individual learning needs.
Our goal: helping everyone feel empowerED.
ADHD PSA made by Zander Kaplan and Aiden Benafsheha
SHOUT OUT TO MY SON AND HIS CLASSMATE
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If you have any comments and or suggestions relating to improving the accessibility of our site, please don't hesitate to contact our accessibility coordinator Joelle Dorse by or firstname.lastname@example.org. Your feedback will help us make improvements.