Saturday April 25, 2015 | AT&T Park, San Francisco

Education Revolution 2015

Stand Up, Speak Out

2015 Exhibit Area

exhibit_tableThe Exhibit Level at EdRev 2015 will be open 9 am to 3 pm. In addition to over 100 companies, schools and organizations exhibiting, there will be:

  • The ever-expanding Technology Section!
  • Student Art Gallery, displaying all works submitted to the Art Contest
  • A range of relevant books for sale by Books Inc.

Vendors! Register for an exhibit space: Tech Section | All Other Vendors

Community Corner
Creativity Unleashed!

Discovery Beyond School
School & Career Fair
Technology for Learning

Testing & Solution Center

Special Exhibitor

Field Club Lounge – Level 1

Do you have a child with learning and attention issues? Stop by the Understood booth located near registration to learn about our comprehensive, free online resource. Discover the many ways Understood.org supports and empowers parents to help their kids thrive in school and in life. The Understood team will be on hand to tell you about our personalized resources, daily access to experts, safe online community—and so much more! Meet our team, get answers to your questions, and find out how you can help your child today.

EdRev 2015 Exhibitors

Community Corner

California Pacific Medical Center Kalmanovitz Child Development Center
The Kalmanovitz Child Development Center is part of California Medical Center and the Sutter Health Network. We offer services to the community on a sliding scale basis. The Center offers services in the areas of  developmental pediatrics, child psychiatry, child psychology, speech therapy, occupational therapy, social skills groups, educational assessment, and  educational therapy.

Community Gatepath
For more than 90 years, Community Gatepath has been “Turning Disabilities Into Possibilities.” We provide inclusive programs for people with special needs at all stages and ages. We create opportunities of greater independence for children, youth, and adults with special needs and disabilities, through diverse, individualized education and support services.

Decoding Dyslexia California
Decoding Dyslexia California is a grassroots movement driven by CA families concerned with the limited access to educational interventions for dyslexia and other language-based learning disabilities within our public schools. We aim to raise dyslexia awareness, empower families to support their children and inform policy-makers on best practices to identify, remediate and support students with dyslexia in CA public schools.

Disability Rights California
Disability Rights California (DRC)is the largest non-profit legal advocacy agency in California.  DRC provides advocacy assistance with Dept. of Reahbilitations, Special Education, Higher Education, Regional Center amongst many other disability rights areas.

Eye to Eye
Eye to Eye is a national mentoring movement for young people with learning disabilities and ADHD.

Family Resource Center at Community Gatepath
The Family Resource Center at Community Gatepath provides parent to parent support and resources to families of special needs children and the professionals that serve them in San Mateo County.

Hamilton Relay
Hamilton Relay Provides telecommunications relay services for individuals who are deaf, hard of hearing, deaf-blind or have difficulty speaking.

National Autism Resources
We provide over 1,500 evidence based tools to support students with autism and behavioral challenges. Shop our online store today for research based therapy equipment and support materials that will advance your autism program. We offer product lines that support ABA therapists, OTs, SLPs, classroom teachers, and support personnel.

Northern California Branch of The International Dyslexia Association (NCBIDA)
NCBIDA was established in 1979 and serves as a leading resource for anyone seeking the most up-to-date information about dyslexia, a language-based learning disability that affects up to 20% of the US population. Our members include parents, educators, other professionals, and individuals with dyslexia.

Respect Movement
Building awareness and respect for Autism Spectrum and learning disorders in the social community.

Creativity Unleashed!

Common Sense Media
Common Sense Media is the nation’s leading independent non-profit organization dedicated to empowering kids to thrive in a world of media and technology. Common Sense Media has lots of advice and tips for families, and product recommendations for kids with special needs or learning difficulties, or who struggle with traditional learning.

The Learning Pyramid
My materials are part of a program to master reading comprehension designed to engage student in an interactive reading experience. Music and drama help reinforce reading skills.

Picture Words by Marie’s Words
Marie’s Words is a fun and effective vocabulary learning tool and word game that uses visual memory; it puts a “face” to each word, so memorization becomes a relation of words, ideas, pictures, and meanings instead of monotonous text. Improve language skills today with Marie’s Words and command the English language!

San Francisco SPCA AAT Programs
Our Puppy Dog Tales Reading program is designed to assist those struggling with basic literacy acquisition. We started working with schools, libraries, and boys and girls clubs in 2009. A three year study from 2008-2011 showed the efficacy of our reading to dogs program here in San Francisco.

SIKidSF A Sensory Parent Support Group
SIKidSF is a support group for parents of kids with sensory processing disorder.  Through our website and online group we are constantly recommending sensory related services, professionals, schools, research and tools to make life easier. We have intimate monthly in person meetings to share stories, vent and support each other.

Discovery Beyond School

Camp Kodiak

College Internship Program
The College Internship Program (CIP) provides comprehensive, individualized services for young adults, ages 18-26 who have been diagnosed with, Asperger’s Syndrome, Autism, PDD-NOS, ADHD, Dyslexia and other Learning Differences.The year round program offers key supports in the areas of social skills, academics, internships, and a wide variety of life skills.

Dunce Labs
Dunce Labs is a college discovery and alternative learning space for smart and quirky students. At our booth, students can go through our College Match Maker game and discover some hidden gem colleges and gap year programs that fit them like a glove!

EvoLibri Consulting
Now in it’s 9th year, EvoLibri provides services for Neurodiverse Teens and Young Adults, preparing them to launch to adulthood. Services range from executive functioning coaching, career and job development, independent living skills training, therapy and tutoring, and clubs. Services are provided 1:1 and in classes, in our office or the family home. Come see how We Make Life Work!

Global Leadership Adventures presents a fresh, new approach to service-learning for intellectually curious and socially-oriented teenagers. Programs are offered in Africa, Asia, and Latin America. Participants explore historic and natural sites in different countries while they learn the local language and history, and serve the community through meaningful volunteer efforts.

Roadtrip Nation
In partnership with Understood.org, Roadtrip Nation will send 3 young adults with learning and attention issues on a cross-country journey to interview inspiring people who have defined their own roads while living with similar issues. Explore how we travel the country, learn from others, and start forging your own path.

Sparking Your Genius
Sparking Your Genius provides intensive individualized training in reading, writing, math, oral language and executive function for kids with learning and attention challenges entering 5th through 11th grades.
With student-to-instructor ratios of 3:1 and enrollment capped at six, our two-week summer clinics ensure that being different makes no difference!

Special Day Cooking – A Life Skills Cookbook

Via Services
Via West Campus provides residential respite care with weekend and week-long programs throughout the year, amid 13 wooded acres in the Cupertino Foothills. That’s a simple description for a program that can mean the world to a parent or caregiver of someone with special needs.

School & Career Fair

Anova Education
Anova’s mission is to provide innovative educational and behavioral services to children with autism and related social, emotional, and behavioral challenges. Our services are provided in school, community, and home environments, allowing individuals to function more independently, engage in meaningful relationships with others, and lead an improved quality of life.

Arbor Bay School
Arbor Bay School increases opportunities for children in K-8th grade with mild to moderate learning differences to achieve academic and social success. We achieve this through highly individualized and specialized instruction, combined with speech and occupational therapy in a small classroom environment. Arbor Bay is located in San Carlos.

Athena Academy
Athena Academy is a nonprofit private school in Palo Alto devoted to using the best teaching methods for dyslexic students in 1st through 8th grade. We develop an individualized education program for each student to be most effective at helping them overcome their obstacles, AND to teach to their strengths.

Bayhill High School
Bayhill high School is a WASC accredited, A-G approved high school for students with learning differences.

Bound4College is a college counseling and consulting company. We believe that ALL capable students, including those with learning, neuro-typical and psychoeducational challenges, can succeed in a four year college. I have 25 years experience working with adolescents and use a holistic approach to assess the needs, goals and capabilities of each student.

Charles Armstrong School
Charles Armstrong School serves high potential students with language-based learning differences, such as dyslexia, empowering them to thrive as learners in school and life. Our 360 Approach means that we look at every aspect of a child’s development and provide the tools and skills your child needs.

Chartwell School
Chartwell educates students with dyslexia and ADHD.  Lower, middle and high school students are taught from our research-based curriculum and are provided with the academic skills, confidence and creativity needed to be successful. For our high school students, the college preparatory program is delivered through project-based learning and field experiences.

College Living Experience
College Living Experience (CLE) provides individualized services to young adults with learning differences and varying disabilities in the areas of academics, independent living, social skills and career development.

Compass High School
Compass High School is a private high school in San Mateo for students with learning differences. CHS offers a college preparatory program with a rich array of accommodations and specialized services. Our innovative multisensory and experiential approach enhances learning and increases motivation and self-advocacy.

Eagle Hill School
Eagle Hill School is a college preparatory boarding school for students with learning disabilities and ADD. At EHS, it is understood that all students are blessed with multiple and diverse learning abilities and that it is an educator’s responsibility to identify, celebrate, and support each student in capitalizing on his or her individual genius.

Eagle Hill-Southport School
Eagle Hill-Southport is an independent co-educational day school for bright and capable students experiencing academic difficulties because of a language-based learning disability and/or ADHD. We provide an individualized, student-centered program that develops a foundation of academic skills and enhanced self-esteem.

Forman School
Forman is a coed college preparatory school exclusively focused on empowering bright students who learn differently.

Fusion Academy & Learning Center
Fusion Academy is a revolutionary private middle and high school where positive relationships and one-to-one classrooms unlock academic potential. Here, the educational experience is completely customized around each student. Classes are self-paced, and the material is presented in a way that considers each student’s interests, strengths, and learning style.

The Gow School
A college-prep boarding and day school for students, grades 7-12, with dyslexia and similar language-based learning disabilities

Halstrom Academy
For over 30 years, Halstrom Academy has positively impacted the lives and futures of more than 16,000 students through its one-to-one teaching approach. Halstrom’s mission and vision is to remain California’s premier choice for a non-traditional private middle and high school with one-to-one instruction offering a customized learning plan to help students reach their full potential.

Holden High School
Holden High School is a WASC accredited East Bay Area private non-profit high school committed to providing a unique and alternative approach to education. Since 1969, Holden has been devoted to developing a fully integrated range of teaching styles to work successfully with a broad range of learners.

Landmark College
Landmark College was the first institution of higher learning to pioneer college-level studies for students with dyslexia. Today, Landmark offers two- and four-year degree programs for students with dyslexia and other learning disabilities, ADHD, and ASD, as well as summer programs for high school and college students who learn differently.

Landmark School: For students with language-based learning disabilities
Landmark School serves students (grades 2 – 12) with dyslexia and other language-based learning disabilities. The cornerstone of our coeducational program, and what differentiates Landmark from others, is a daily, one-to-one tutorial. Class sizes of 6 – 8, skills-based curriculum, specially trained faculty, and a variety of methods and programs individualize each student’s experience.

The Laurel School
The Laurel School school serves students with learning differences and students who benefit from small class size. In a community that nurtures mutual respect and compassion, we cultivate the academic potential of each child through multi-sensory integration and differentiated instruction.

Our mission is to provide young adults with ASD and other developmental issues with an integrated learning experience, allowing our students to reach their full potential in work, in living and in their relationships. Using practical skills therapeutic education and transformative movement education as our method, we will also provide work based learning opportunities.

Mid-Peninsula High School
Coed, non-profit, independent high school where students are the center of all that we do. We believe that college is an important part of an education plan and the path to get there is different for every student.

Mitchell College
Mitchell College is a small, private college that has been an invaluable resource for southeastern Connecticut for over 75 years. Mitchell’s personal, mentoring approach activates strengths in our students that allows them to achieve levels of success they may not yet have imagined for themselves

My City School
My City School is a middle school offering a program of rigorous academic learning with a direct experience model that leverages learning resources around the Bay Area. Teachers meet the student where they are academically with the goal to prepare each student for a successful transition to High School.

New Directions for Young Adults – California
New Directions for Young Adults California is a transitional living program that helps young adults with high functioning autism and other disabilities learn the skills needed to live independently. Our program is developed and overseen by psychologists who use cognitive behavioral principles to help clients to achieve independence.

The Oxford Academy
The Oxford Academy offers a learning community for young men, 13-20, with ADD/HD, mild LD, Executive Function and Processing weaknesses. Oxford’s Method rest in the belief that students, in partnership with their teachers, find success. Oxford’s individualized education balances one-to-one and collaborative learning experiences that challenge each student to reach his potential.

Orion Academy
Orion Academy offers students an academic curriculum that is challenging and structured; rich in its academic offerings; and nurturing in its approach to fostering personal growth, responsibility, and independence. The Orion community works collaboratively to help students develop
their individual gifts and strengths, become self-advocates, and realize their full potential.

Orinda Academy
Orinda Academy is one of the finest independent schools in the bay area. We uniquely provide a college prep program which includes students with learning style differences and a diverse population. Orinda Academy is a fully accredited college preparatory school for grades 8-12. We provide small classes and an 8:1 student teacher ratio. Orinda Academy also provides arts, sports, academic coaching and college counseling.

Palo Alto Prep School
Palo Alto Preparatory is a unique learning environment which provides support systems that organize the condition in which students learn best. We utilize systems that accommodate the unique learning needs of every learner and support the positive relationships needed for effective learning. We build a strong sense of self esteem and personal responsibility through the support of students, faculty and parents.

The Phillips Academy
The Phillips Academy provides a comprehensive educational program for diverse youth with complex social, emotional and educational needs.  A positive attitude toward learning and essential academic and social-emotional skills are developed through personalized education plans and a blended learning instructional model. Students are prepared for post-secondary education and/or vocational programs.

The Purnell School
Purnell School, small college preparatory boarding school for girls 9-12, where girls with learning differences can flourish in a highly individualized academic program and supportive environment. 4:1 student/teacher ratio. Located in a peaceful country setting 1 hr. from NYC.

Raskob Learning Institute & Day School
Raskob Learning Institute is a comprehensive academic program that has served students in the Bay Area with learning differences since 1953. The Day School teaches students in grades 2-8; the Clinic Program provides 1:1 Educational Therapy; the Diagnostic Program offers comprehensive neuropsychological assessments for children and adults.

RSP at Archbishop Riordan High School
The RSP is one of the oldest and most successful support programs for students with learning differences at a Catholic school in the country.  The program consists of 3 tiers that provide adjustable supports for diverse learners within a mainstream college prep environment. Riordan itself is the only all male Catholic school left in San Francisco and operates under the motto of Pride, Purpose and Performance.

SALT Center
The SALT Center is a nationally recognized model of comprehensive enhanced services for students with learning and attention differences, including: Learning Strategies Instruction, Study Sessions (tutoring), and Assistive Technologies. Today, more than 550 college-bound students apply to fulfill their dream of earning a college degree at UA in Tucson, AZ.

Sand Hill School
Sand Hill School provides personalized learning for children with language-based learning differences including dyslexia. Extraordinary teachers emphasize students’ strengths while building academic skills and resilience. Our small classes and integration with CHC specialists create a unique environment where kids develop strong social emotional skills and reengage in learning.

Southern Oregon University Coaching & Academic Mentoring Program (U-CAM)
U-CAM is a comprehensive fee-for-services support program.  Designed for university students with executive function challenges, AD/HD, ASD and other learning disabilities, U-CAM promotes self-advocacy, autonomy and academic achievement.  Professional coaches, writing support, skill development opportunities and an orientation session are provided to help students reach their academic goals

Stanbridge Academy
Stanbridge Academy, a private K-12 school, provides a supportive community and a structured academic environment for students with mild to moderate learning differences and social communication disorders.  Stanbridge fosters academic and social growth, which enables students to become self-advocates, lifelong learners and engaged citizens.

Star Academy
Star Academy provides a comprehensive, individualized education program for students with learning differences in grades 1-12. We help students experience academic success on a daily basis. As students achieve and recognize these successes, their confidence grows and they find joy in learning.

Stellar Academy for Dyslexics

Sterne School
Sterne School is the only middle and high school in San Francisco dedicated to serving the needs of students with learning differences (LD). Sterne specializes in learning intervention via a strengths-and-strategies academic program, augmented by a comprehensive arts program, fully-integrated technology, executive function skill building, and at the high school, individualized college and career planning.

Synergy School
Synergy School is a progressive, independent K-8 school with a vibrant, diverse community and a commitment to social justice. Since 1973, the school has been providing a quality education by empowering children to flourish academically, to blossom as individuals, and to become self-confident, creative learners.

University of San Francisco
At the University of San Francisco, making the world a better place is at the core of every curriculum. Here, our 21st-century mission to fashion a more humane and just world is rooted in Jesuit values, comes alive in our diverse learning community and is broadened by our global orientation. Here you are challenged to reach higher standards and to use your education to promote justice and serve the common good.

Wayfinders at Fresno State
Wayfinders is a 2 year post secondary program for individuals with intellectual disabilities/developmental disability. The program has 5 domains; Independent Living, Vocational, University Inclusion, Activities and Transition. Within these domains we support our students to learn the skills associated with living a fulfilling independent life in their community.

Testing & Solution Center

Arrowsmith Program – The Learning Studios
The Arrowsmith Program identifies and strengthens weak neuro-cognitive areas underlying learning dysfunctions.  It is founded on neuroscience research and over 40 years of experience demonstrating the efficacy of the program. When students complete the program, they are able to become effective, confident, and self-directed learners without special education assistance or program accommodations.

Arrowsmith Program at ALLS, Inc.
The Arrowsmith Program® was founded on the principles of neuroplasticity, and works to strengthen weak cognitive capacities that underlie learning differences. The Arrowsmith Program® currently addresses 19 cognitive functions, ranging from kinesthetic awareness to logical reasoning. Students from ages 6 to senior citizens are able to become more efficient learners.

Bonnie Terry Learning
Bonnie Terry Learning provides Online Educational Therapy Programs to improve reading, writing, spelling, study skills & math as well as books, games, and guides for struggling students. Five Minutes to Better Reading Skills, Ten Minutes to Better Study Skills, Sentence Zone Game (English grammar) & Comprehension Zone Game.

The Center at Children’s Health Council
The Center’s expert staff provides parent consultations, expert multidisciplinary evaluations and personalized therapy for kids and teens with ADHD, Learning Differences, Anxiety & Depression and Autism. The Glen Elliott ADHD Program provides evaluations, medication management, executive functioning coaching. The Center’s approach highlights strengths and emphasizes true appreciation for individual differences.

Developmental Learning Solutions
Developmental Learning Solutions’ services and programs start by uncovering and understanding each person’s learning style. We create a plan to use inherent capabilities, support tools, and strategies for learning success. Since 1993, DLS learning specialists have supported thousands of public school, private school, and homeschool students in San Jose & Santa Cruz.

Hallowell Center
Dr. Edward Hallowell, renowned expert on ADHD, opened the newest branch of The Hallowell Center in San Francisco. The clinic brings his innovative and strength-based approach to the Bay Area. We accept child, adolescent, and adult patients and offer a wide spectrum of multidisciplinary services.

Interactive Metronome
Interactive Metronome is a brain-based rehabilitation assessment and training program developed to improve the processing abilities that affect attention, motor planning and sequencing. This, in turn, strengthens motor skills and many fundamental cognitive capacities such as planning, organizing and language.

The Joy of Reading – Trina Wintch, M.A.
Trina is a Reading & Learning Specialist providing one-on-one support to children and adults to improve literacy skills, build self-esteem and discover the joy of reading. Her specialty is working with students with dyslexia, using a highly individualized and nurturing multi-sensory approach to demystify the process of reading and writing.

Lindamood-Bell Learning Processes
Lindamood-Bell helps children and adults improve language processing—the foundation of all communication and learning. For almost 30 years, our intensive, research-validated, sensory-cognitive instruction has successfully improved reading and comprehension for individuals with learning challenges, including dyslexia, dyspraxia, ADHD, and ASD. For more information and learning center locations, visit www.lindamoodbell.com.

Literacy and Language Center
The Literacy and Language Center offers highly personalized multi-sensory programs in a one-to-one setting to improve reading, spelling, writing, verbal expression, reading and listening comprehension, critical thinking skills and vocabulary. These programs are appropriate for ages 5 to adult and are an excellent approach for all learning styles and abilities.

Morrissey-Compton Educational Center
Morrissey-Compton Educational Center is a multidisciplinary clinic designed to address the broad needs of children, adolescents, and adults with learning differences, attention difficulties, and emotional challenges. Founded in 1982, we provide tutoring, summer school, and diagnostic services for students with learning differences as well as psychotherapy, parent education, and more.

Pratt Center
At The Pratt Center, we specialize in psychotherapy, psychological testing and educational support. We have six child psychologists in our Los Altos clinic who work with children, adolescents and parents. We co-authored a book on school selection, and we attend school meetings with parents to explain results of psychological testing.

The Reading Clinic
The Reading Clinic specializes in remediating dyslexia, dysgraphia, and dyscalculia. Our 1-to-1 tutoring is research-based, designed uniquely for each student, and proven by their success. We work with 4yo to adults with a wide range of abilities including ADHD, ASD, and twice exceptional on reading, comprehension, expression, writing and math.

Seesaw is a well-being studio for children and families. Our team of child psychologists and multidisciplinary specialists provide services that include evaluation, therapy, consultation, parent coaching, social skills play groups and speech classes.

Sound Speech and Hearing Clinic
Sound Speech and Hearing Clinic views speech, language, hearing and auditory processing disorders as an opportunity to learn, grow and enhance communication. Located in the lower Potrero neighborhood Sound offers speech and hearing assessment and treatment services under one room.

tuLIPS Therapy Center
tuLIPS Therapy Center offers speech therapy, occupational therapy and psychotherapy service in one location for your convenience. We provide a multidisciplinary approach designed to help your child succeed both academically and socially. tuLIPS Therapy Center offers therapy that is exciting and motivating in individual and small group settings including our Little Bloomers academic readiness program. We have a variety of professional referrals located on site to best meet your child’s needs.

Tutor Corps
Tutor Corps works collaboratively with families, teachers, schools and consultants throughout the Bay Area to provide a range of educational services. One-on-One In-Home Tutoring; Homeschooling & Courses for Credit; Enrichment & Remedial Programs; Standardized Test Preparation; High School & College Applications.

UCSF Dyslexia Center
The UCSF Dyslexia Center uses the latest neuroscience technology, and strives to eliminate the debilitating effects of dyslexia and related conditions, while preserving, and even enhancing, the strengths of each individual. PLEASE VISIT FOR A NEUROSCIENCE-BASED RESEARCH DEMO & TO WIN A UNIQUE BRAIN T-SHIRT!


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