Mathematics Support

Sometimes, a student’s struggle with math goes beyond what traditional academic tutors can provide. Our mathematics support specialists understand how to help students with learning disabilities progress and reach their potential.

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Our Mathematics Support

Personalized, Focused & Effective

Offering one-on-one therapy to students in Pre-K through college, our mathematics support specialists provide individualized assistance for several learning differences and disabilities, including:

» Dyscalculia
» Dyslexia
» Dysgraphia
» Auditory processing disorder
» Nonverbal learning disorder
» Language processing disorder

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Private & Confidential

Whether you’re hesitant about receiving help or you value your anonymity, our team is always discrete and respectful of your family’s privacy.


In-Person or Virtual

Our specialists offer mathematics support services both in person, at our Norwell office, and via private, secure video conference.

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Integrative and Caring Mathematics Support

A Better Therapeutic Approach That Works

Having worked with thousands of students, our team has seen how difficult math can be when learners don’t have access to a knowledgeable, experienced practitioner.

The mathematics specialists at Vested Advocates not only possess the training and credentials to help your child but also genuinely care about their progress. Going above and beyond, our team regularly gives expert guidance and assistance to families, working toward their learning goals from start to finish.

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Educational Advocacy
That Empowers.

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Available Everywhere Via
Private Video Conference

Available In Person at
Our Business Office

Vested Advocates

200 Cordwainer Drive
Suite 201C
Norwell, MA 02061

Hours of Operation

Mon-Fri: 9:30 a.m. – 6:30 p.m.
Sat & Sun: 10:00 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.

We Work With:

K-Grade 5
Grades 6-8
High School
College Students