There are several options for tutoring that can help kids with learning and thinking differences. From tutoring software to private sessions with
educational therapists, each option has pros and cons. Use this chart to compare your options.
Can be hard to find a high-quality tutor, and they don’t always have experience with learning and thinking differences.
Varies, but typically $25–$80 per hour, depending on the tutor’s qualifications.
Specially trained in working with kids with learning and thinking differences.
Varies, but typically $25–$80 per hour. Much higher in cities like New York.
Provides testing to assess current skill levels. Allows your child to work with certified teachers. Includes the option to enroll your child in small group tutoring, which can help with cooperative learning.
Aren’t always trained to work with kids who have learning and thinking differences. You also may not be able to choose the tutor your child works with, and you may have to pay more for individual sessions.
Between $35 and $55 per session, plus $200 or more for testing fees. There may also be costs for materials used in tutoring.