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The Learning Disabilities Association of KY (LDA of KY) strives to provide parents and teachers with academic resources for remedial instruction especially during these unusual times when Non-traditional/virtual learning has become the new normal.  Below is a list of individuals and organizations who offer instructional services in the areas of math/reading, executive function, study skills and test prep at elementary, middle, high school and post-secondary levels both in person and virtually. If you have any other resources that you would like to suggest, please contact Judi Erskine at

Holy Trinity School St. Matthews Campus and Clifton Campus List of Tutors based on Academic Subject

  • NOTE: Please contact Paula Watkins, Head of School at Holy Trinity Clifton Campus , if you are interested in the Orton-Gillingham Reading program or want more information about Holy Trinity’s Clifton Campus.

Kim Higgins - Specializes in Executive Function/Study Skills, Brain Processing Speed Therapy
Educational Resources - Specializes in Academic Tutoring, Test Prep, Study Skills and more
Learning Boost - Provides academic support in the areas of reading ( specifically dyslexia), writing and math as well as time management/organizational skills for ages K-Post Secondary


University of Louisville psychologists are making ADHD evaluations more accessible and affordable for Louisville area families.

With the aid of a grant from the WHAS Crusade for Children, Paul Rosen, an associate professor in the Department of Psychological and Brain Science and ADHD Specialist, has initiated the UofL ADHD Evaluation Service. This service will provide children ages 6-17 years with ADHD evaluations. The testing will be offered on a sliding scale with fees for most families ranging from $10-$100.

Click here to view the UofL New article and to make an appointment for an evaluation please visit the UofL ADHD Evaluation Services website

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