So many special ed (ADD/ADHD, ASD, LD, dyslexia, etc.) parents seek one-on-one tutoring for their students, but most request "in home" or in a "public place" to do so. First of all, public places such as libraries are too quiet and confining for those who need to move and talk to learn, and Starbuck's or homes are full of distractions. Young people these days are especially "wired" for computers and are often on some sort of screen watching YouTube, listening to music, playing games, or texting friends anyway. Many actually can better focus in on a computer or cell phone screen. This is a good thing. Parents can sit right by their students to monitor the lesson if they so desire. Online learning and communicating is the way of the world today, and many Ivy League colleges are actually offering degrees online and businesses are conducted there, too. So when your student learns how to use "online learning," that skill will transfer to other important areas of their lives. One more thing: when parents specifically ask for Orton-Gillingham or a single specific method of teaching, they are actually limiting the many ways tutors can help their students learn. Please open your mind to new methods and modes of education that will actually help your student learn more.