My name is Nathan. I am 32 years old. I live in Long Beach California. I currently work as a job coach with development disable adults. I also work as a private tutor and mentor for families that have kids with autism and different disabilities. I also was a supervisor for a tutoring and mentoring program with the Los Angeles Probation Department. I also coach basketball for the hearing impaired. I have been a coach and a private tutor for over seven years.
I am currently in school to pursue my bachelor’s degree in human service. I enjoy what I do and I love making a difference in a child’s life. I believe that every child needs positive role models in their life. I have reliable transportation. I have clean background and I am resume upon request. I am a hard worker, and very reliable. My subjects are reading, spelling, history; English, special needs, and sports training. My name is Nathan. I am 32 years old. I live in Long Beach California. I currently work as a job coach with development disable adults. I also work as a private tutor and mentor for families that have kids with autism and different disabilities. I also was a supervisor for a tutoring and mentoring program with the Los Angeles Probation Department.
If sessions are two hours or more I do give discounts
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I have been working with children and Adults with autism for over 10 years. I am familiar with ABA modification techniques. I also have 15 years of tutoring as well. Right now I currently tutor two kids with Autism. Both kids are in middle school and I have been working with them for 5 years.
So when you work with or tutor a child that has autism, you have to know there strengths and weaknesses. Every child or individual that have autism are not the same. So your tutoring techniques should be catered to that child's needs. When tutoring them you want to always use Positive Behavioral Support plans.
When I tutor I use flash cards, hand over hand modification, structure and repetition. I use constant verbal prompts and as he grows I try to fade from the verbal into the non verbal. I find that very useful with my students.
My name is Nathan S. I played middle school, high school and college basketball. I also have 18 years' coaching experience. I've coached rec level, private and club teams and a semi pro basketball. I currently play for adult men's basketball team. And I'm coaching 3 kids privately.
I teach basic dribbling, shooting, passing, defense and most of all team work. All of my sessions are fun and competitive at the same time.