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Organized School Binder

"Systematic Approach to Organizing School Material"

learn school organizational skills ADD ADHD dyslexia LD

3455 Route 66, Suite #7
Neptune, NJ

Tel: 732-922-6655 or
     1-800 458-9797
Fax: 732-922-1019



Its Time To Get Organized using the Super Binder System

Since 1982 I have instructed many students who lack any systematic approach to organizing their school materials. Such students are referred to my office because they are continuously losing assignments,misplacing important papers and in a general state of confusion and disarray.

Students dealing with ADD and ADHD as well as dyslexia and other learning disabilities often suffer in school for lack of organizational skills. Many average students and even superior students suffer for lack of these skills, too.

As a result I found a need to develop a simplified binder system which is easy for the student to follow and the parent to reinforce.For the first time the student can develop a sense of independence and mastery of their assignments. This has resulted in improved test performance and overall school achievement.

The Super Binder System includes:

  • All school subjects housed in one binder
  • All supplies for the binder included in the binder system
  • Simple enough for a student to use independently
  • All forms and instructional DVD included and downloadable

Super Binder has been developed by Marge Weiner, the director of the Total Learning Center in Neptune, N.J., which she founded in 1982. She received her B.A. in Special Education from William Paterson University and her M.A. in Special Education from Loyola College. In addition she is a certified Academic Language Therapist with specialized training in the area of dyslexia.

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