KCLC Program Model
The Kortschak model is comprised of three interrelated components: research, training, and service.
It is critical that all training and service is informed by peer-reviewed and original research so as to keep our training current and relevant for students who face difficulty with learning and attention-related tasks.
Rooted in the research, we prepare and train a well-educated and well-informed staff on the intricacies of learning difficulties and attention issues, and that they are versed on each student’s needs and learning related challenges.
We operate on the premise that our services are at the center of the transformations that take place within our students and the community we serve. The research and training assists to service every student with individualized and tailored interventions to support them in becoming self-sufficient learners.