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Nuance: A Subtle Difference in or Shade of Expression

Is your child struggling, and you don’t know why? Are you feeling lost and unsure about what steps to take next? If so, you are not alone. Many parents feel helpless when their child faces challenges they cannot understand or explain. Fortunately, there is hope. The Jacob’s Ladder Group specializes in treating the nuances of neurodevelopmental challenges that often go unnoticed or are misdiagnosed. We thrive in the nuances – beyond the diagnosis, outside the diagnosis

One of the most significant issues that we encounter is the lack of diagnosis/guidance or misdiagnosis of neurodevelopmental disorders. Our clients frequently share attributes related to a challenge but fall outside of a specific diagnosis. It’s these nuances that complicate effective treatment and cures. That’s where we come in. Our approach seeks to understand the root cause of these difficulties by deeply looking into your child’s neurological development, physiology, emotional-behavioral-relational health, learning style, and social structure. 

The Jacob’s Ladder Group offers personalized programming for any challenge, especially ones that fall outside a diagnosis or are diagnosis-adjacent without a specific name. Our programming targets the client’s unique brain function with therapies that can heal the brain. We use a whole-person, whole-brain approach that improves any condition by digging deeper into the nuances that make your child unique. 

We focus on addressing the whole person – not just problematic behaviors, academic challenges, or other struggles. Every person is unique and requires an individualized approach to healing and growth. Using a comprehensive evaluation and assessment process—drawing on three decades of experience and knowledge—we build a therapeutic program to help your child thrive. We take a collaborative approach to treatment and work closely with parents, teachers, and other professionals to ensure a holistic and thorough experience for your child and family.

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