Frequently Asked Questions
Who are Be Able’s learning professionals?
Special Education Teachers
General Education Teachers
What is unique about Be Able’s methodology?
At Be Able, we start by doing a comprehensive assessment in the areas of concern. We also explore the learner’s strengths in order to use those to help address the identified challenges. We also use information from neuro-psychological evaluations,report cards, and parent feedback to determine the best approach to teach the students.
How are students matched with their learning professional?
Student need and learning professional specialty
Personality and interests
Who does Be Able Serve?
Be Able serves kids in grades K-12 and adults. We serve traditional and non-traditional child learners and adult learners. We work with professionals, parents, teachers, and schools.
What is the best way to contact Be Able?
The best method of communication with us is email. For both prospective and current clients, please contact us by email at email@example.com
How does payment work?
Invoices will be sent on the 1st of every month for that month's worth of sessions; the invoice will need to be paid by the 7th of that month to avoid a $10/day penalty. The preferred method of payment is Zelle Quick Pay, but we also offer an ACH option through the QuickBooks invoice.
What is Be Able's cancellation policy?
One-week's notice must be given for cancellations outside of the standard school calendar vacation times. Events that require a one week’s notice include the following: vacations, sports, camps, etc. If a session is cancelled with less than a week’s notice, the specialist is not required to reschedule the session. If the session cannot be rescheduled, the client will be responsible to pay 50% of the session fee.
If a session is cancelled within 24 hours, the client will be responsible for the full session fee. It will not be refunded/credited nor rescheduled unless there is an emergency situation.
Where will services be delivered?
There is flexibility in where services can be delivered. Instruction can take place in the home, at the student's school, at a library, or another convenient location agreed upon between the client and designated learning specialist. Tutoring sessions can also be held remotely via Zoom.