About The Therapist
Rosaura is an Educational Therapist who works with students from Pre-K to Middle school. She supports students with many types of challenges, from ADHD, Asperger's, CAPD, and dyslexia, Sensory Processing. Also, students with Dysgraphia and Dyscalculia.
She is a Bay Area native and was born in Martinez, CA. She went to all the public schools in Martinez and is familiar with most schools in Central Costa and Solano counties.
She knows personally what a parent goes through when a child struggles in school. Her son was diagnosed by a Neuropsychologist with Dyslexia when he was in the eighth grade. It was very heartbreaking to see her son struggle in school and watch his self-esteem drop.
As a parent, she learned to advocate for her son and provided him with the appropriate resources for his education. During the course of providing her son the very best resources for his condition, she discovered the field of Educational Therapy. This was her turning point. She went back to school to become an Educational Therapist so she could assist other struggling students and parents.
EDUCATION: She has a B. A. in Liberal Arts with a minor in Early Childhood education from Hayward State University. Rosaura earned her Educational Therapy Certificate from Holy Names University, and in addition, she earned a Master’s Degree in Education. Her internship training for Educational Therapy was conducted at the private school of Prospect Sierra in El Cerrito, CA. She is a member of the Association of Educational Therapists, International Dyslexia Association, and a Learning Ally Specialist who specializes in print disabilities. She is Bilingual and speaks Spanish.
HER TRAINING COURSES INCLUDE Dyslexia Assessment and Intervention, Building Executive Function Skills, Associates Level Orton-Gillingham, Trained in Structured Literacy (Academy of Orton-Gillingham Practitioners and Educators). David Kilpatrick - Equipped for Reading Success. (Reading Science). Learning without Tears - Handwriting, Assessment, Literacy, and Math. Chris Woodin Math and Stern Multi-sensory Math.