O-I-See Youth Strategies was established in 2011 driven by a need outside our school and supportive systems for children, families, and professionals. We offer support, guidance, and tutoring for youth and families in a safe and confidential setting.
OISYS’ Tutoring works to increase skills within specific academic disciplines, helping to ensure individual academic success. Typically youth, coming to us for help, are challenged with a specific set of skills (such as math or reading) and/or are protected under Special Education laws.
OISYS’ Guidance strives to achieve social and emotional success for youth and young adults (18 to 20 years of age). Our work exercises all aspects of life while exercising forward-thinking and goal setting skills.
Individual Skill Development
Preparing oneself or others intellectually AND emotionally for mature life.
The work of two or more people working towards the same goals
To change ‘what is’ into ‘what is BETTER’
O-I-See youth Strategies
O-I-See Youth Strategies was established in 2011 driven by a need outside our school and supportive systems for children, families, and professionals. We offer support, guidance, and tutoring for youth (ages 4-18) and families in a safe and confidential setting. Our services are only offered in a one-to-one setting in order to truly discover the strengths, abilities, and gifts of every unique person. On occasion, we offer youth group settings and parent workshops on various K-12 emotional, social, and educational topics.
We believe ALL children can succeed in life. We also believe in evaluating how the history of a child’s journey has affected him/her verses viewing something as being “wrong” with the child. We do this by providing children with tools of awareness, positive choice, and options for building confidence. Families and professionals are able to celebrate the common goal with youth: children succeeding at home, at school, and in the surrounding community.
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