We assess and Treat Students with all learning Differences

We have extensive knowledge about research in curriculum and what instructional support children with disabilities need. We will spend the necessary time with your child in our office, in the community, and in the school to put all the pieces together in order to understand and address the questions you have. It’s time to stop asking the question of “Is my kid smart?” and start asking the question, “What is my kid smart at?”

Who we Are

We are a group of educational and mental health professionals that care about children. We have years of experience working in schools to help develop programs that work for kids. Our passion is to ensure students with disabilities obtain an appropriate education.

What we Do

  • Occupational Therapy Assessments
  • Functional Behavior Assessments
  • Speech & Language Assessments
  • Neuropsychological Assessments
  • Psychoeducational Assessments
  • Academic Assessments
  • Special Circumstance Instructional Aide Assessment
  • Transition Assessment & Planning

Why we do It

We work hard for your child because it is our passion to see all children succeed, one child at a time. We believe that the current educational system does not work for every child. We love answering the toughest questions people have about children. Dr. Haytasingh has spent over 20 years making observations of children and determining what they need to be successful.  Let us step into your child’s life and see how much better things can be.

Is your child Struggling?

Is your child having difficult time making friends and you’re not sure why?  Is homework a nightly battle with your child?  Do you feel that the special education team at your school just doesn’t understand your child’s needs?  Are you frustrated by your child’s lack of academic progress and want to know why?  Does your child refuse to go to school?  Do you want to better understand your child’s recent diagnosis, and how this impacts her ability to learn?

These are just a small example of many of the problems we have helped families solve through our focused assessments.    Our goal is to educate not only parents and school teams, but children themselves.  We want to empower children to discover their unique strengths and help them discover the tools they need to succeed.  

  • Positive Behavioral Supports and Specific Interventions for your child.
  • Detailed Specific interventions that are supported by research.
  • Attending the IEP meeting to thoroughly discuss the recommendations. 

Can you help My School?

We have worked in schools ourselves, we have direct experience of the challenges and pressures faced by schools today.  We are here to offer different ideas, fresh approaches and effective learning tools so schools can continue to thrive and serve children. Our audience always walks away with inspiration and tools that can immediately be applied to help students learn.

  • Positive Behavioral Supports and Intervention
  • Research-based interventions and how to implement them
  • Creating systems to help your special education department run more efficiently

Athletic Baseline Cognitive Test

Baseline testing is a pre-season exam conducted by a trained professional. Baseline tests are used to assess an athlete’s brain function (including learning and memory skills, ability to pay attention or concentrate, and how quickly he or she thinks and solve problems).  Results from baseline tests (or pre-injury tests) can be used and compared to a similar exam conducted by a professional during the season if an athlete has a suspected concussion. This information can be used by a healthcare professional to identify differences in cognitive processing post-concussion. This assessment does not diagnose concussion, but rather provides neurocognitive baselines for the athlete. 1 hour.


We are Brain Learning and we’re here to help you!