Who is a Shadow Teacher?

A shadow teacher is additional support in classrooms for children, who works hand-in-hand with lead teachers to bridge the gap between the needs of children and the resources available within the regular classroom setting ensuring they receive essential social, physical, and educational support.

Signs Your Child Needs A Shadow Teacher

  • Not participating in classroom activities
  • Has difficulty communicating his/her wants and needs
  • Struggling with social skills
  • Facing academic challanges

Shadow Program at EAS

At EAS, we collaborate with multiple schools to strengthen the holistic development of your child in the classroom by using interactive learning.

We can support your child with:

  • Adapting to the mainstream schooling environment
  • Academic growth
  • Developing life skills
  • Building self-confidence
  • Learning Social Skills

Collaborative Approach

At EAS, we have the ability to interact with an interdisciplinary team by having in-house experts in ABA Therapy, Occupational Therapy, and Speech/Language Therapy all within the same clinic. We value collaboration with caregivers, teachers, and therapists outside of EAS and realize that collaboration is essential in creating effective carry-over from home to school.