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The Mission of the Center for Neurodiversity at The Winston School San Antonio is to provide the highest quality testing (Psychoeducational), and extension and support services to families in San Antonio and the surrounding areas.

What does Neurodiversity mean?
The word neurodiversity is used to describe the unique ways in which people’s brains work.  While everyone’s brain develops in the same way, no two brains are alike.  Being neurodivergent means having a brain that works “differently” from the average or “neurotypical” person. 

Services Include:


Psychoeducational Services ($ 2,500):
Our battery of assessments will let us know about your child’s current functioning and educational needs in the following areas:  Language skills, physical status, emotional/behavioral, sociological, academic performance, intellectual/adaptive behavior, and assistive technology.
Consultation Services:
The Center offers consultation services to individuals and families who have received testing results, reports, or other documentation regarding their child and would like recommended next steps on how to better support their development.

ADHD and Executive Functioning Coaching
Executive Functioning refers to a set of mental skills such as working memory, flexible thinking, and self-control.  We use these skills to learn, work, and manage daily life. Executive functioning deficits can make it hard to focus, follow directions, and regulate emotions.  An ADHD Coach is going to help the client learn how to minimize and manage challenges, but also recognize and develop their strengths with the goal of supporting continued success and joy in their lives.  Our coaches are certified through The International Coaching Federation (ICF).

Tutoring Services
Our CNF tutors provide a structured and research-based literacy program to help optimize reading achievement in students who have been unable to make progress through more traditional strategies. Content area specialists in Mathematics, Science, and Social Studies are available for students who need support due to missed instruction, require more time to understand challenging material, or who are engaged in curriculum compacting in a specific content area.  Tutors used a client-centered approach that targets individual goals and serves students from elementary school through post-secondary studies.

Targeted Intervention Services 
  • Dyslexia Intervention
  • Credit Recovery
  • Parent and Family Resources
  • Homework Support