Special Needs Tutor

The Benefits of One-to-One Tutoring for Special Educational Needs Learners

At Tutor Doctor, we call students with special needs “exceptional” students. This term is used to celebrate the unique qualities each student has and includes all those who need extra help in school. It’s quickly becoming a common phrase among educators.

A research project done by the Center of Parent Information and Resources found that one-on-one tutoring has great advantages for students with special learning needs. Tutor Doctor believes these extraordinary students can do well if they have the right resources and someone who pays attention to them. This is just what our tutoring plan strives to give them.

We provide specialised tutoring services to help special educational needs students reach their full potential. Contact us today and let us show you how our unique approach to tutoring can make a difference in your child’s educational experience!

Personalised Education Services Sent Right to Your Door

We can come to you! Our team of hand-picks tutors and sends them wherever is convenient for your child. With our help, we will fill in any empty spaces in their knowledge, give them the skills they need to learn on their own, and help increase their comfort when learning by providing a secure atmosphere.

Experience Working With All Ages & Special Educational Needs

Autism Spectrum Disorder

Tutor Doctor is the leading private tutoring agency for students diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder, offering one-to-one tutoring that’s tailored to your student’s unique strengths and challenges —helping them achieve success in school.


For children diagnosed with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, or ADHD, school can be quite challenging due to the number of distractions presented in the classroom. Working with one of our ADHD tutors can help you work towards combating these challenges, learning new skills to stay focused, and getting the one-to-one attention needed to supplement their current curriculum.

Auditory and Visual Processing Disorders

Students with auditory process disorder, commonly referred to as APD, can have a hard time taking in information verbally. Because of this, the traditional classroom setting can prove to be less than effective. We can work with your fully capable student to discover new ways of learning and make sure they continue to stay on track.

Non-Verbal Learning Disabilities

While it’s commonly diagnosed in children who may also have autism and ADHD, having non-verbal learning disabilities can make it difficult to process visual and spatial information, two things that are important in the classroom. Regardless of the subject, our tutors can help you and your NLVD child create a personalised tutoring plan to help them reach their goals!

Language Based Learning Disabilities

Language based learning disabilities, referred to as LBLDs, cause problems with students being able to handle age-appropriate reading, spelling, and/or writing. Students with LBLD can also have trouble communicating and listening to new information. The tutors we work with can implement visual aids, provide extra practice, and rely on multisensory approaches to help your student reach their full potential.

Deafness or Hard of Hearing

A child who has a hard time hearing or is completely deaf may have a hard time relating to language and communication in the classroom, which are two important aspects of the educational process. To make sure your student is getting the extra assistance they need to prevent falling behind, Tutor Doctor will create a customised learning programme that can be implemented via private one-on-one sessions. We work with a variety of tutors, some of which know British Sign Language, to better communicate with your child.

Blindness or Partially Sighted

If your student is blind or partially sighted, it’s important to find help in their academics. Having additional one-on-one time outside of the traditional classroom can help close knowledge gaps, provide a safe place to answer any questions, as well as provide a chance to work with a tutor that specialises in teaching students who are visually impaired.

Exceptional Education Services for Students With Special Needs

We are proud to be the leading provider of private special needs tutoring services. Our team works hard to ensure each student is matched with a highly qualified and experienced tutor who specialises in their unique area of need, providing personalised instruction that’s tailored specifically for them.

At Tutor Doctor, we understand how important it is for students with disabilities or learning differences to have access to quality education resources that can help them succeed academically. That’s why our specialised tutors provide individualised attention through one-to-one sessions designed around your child’s specific goals and challenges–whether they’re looking for extra support at school, preparing for GCSEs and A Levels, or developing strategies such as time management skills so they can become more organised learners overall. You know you’ll get top-notch service from us every step of the way–guaranteed!

Benefits of Specialised SEN Tutoring Services

Not only do we offer traditional face-to-face home visits but also virtual assistance if preferred – all provided by certified professionals who specialise in teaching children living with special educational needs (SEN). And because no two students learn alike; our expert tutors use evidence-based approaches, including applied behaviour analysis (ABA), cognitive-behavioural therapy (CBT) and sensory integration techniques when needed depending on your child’s particular circumstances.

Ensuring Fair Educational Access with Tutor Doctor

Many exceptional students have classroom support programmes in place to level the academic playing field and allow them fair and equal access to education. Tutor Doctor ensures our tutoring is aligned with these programmes. You and your child are your child’s best advocates and know your child’s strengths, needs, and goals. We encourage self-advocacy and you will always have a say in the support we provide your child. We will work together to create the right educational framework to help your child succeed.