Frequently Asked Questions

Is Bross Center a school?
No, we are a learning center that provides educational support to students who attend schools or are homeschooled.

What education services does Bross Center offer?
Bross Center provides both dedicated, educational programs as well as single, targeted services for both youth with typical needs as well as youth with special needs such as Autism, ADD/ADHD, Executive Function Disorder or related challenges. We are proud to offer High School Test Preparation for the ACT, HSPT and TerraNova; Private Tutoring Services and Autism Support Services.

Who can receive services from Bross Center?
We offer an array of educational services for both youth with typical needs or youth with special needs who are age 5 – 22 and reside in the Greater Cincinnati area. Youth may have or may not have an Individualized Education Plan (IEP) or 504 Plan while enrolled with us.

Does my child have to attend a certain number of hours or days?
No, we offer flexible schedules for all educational services. Children can attend a Day Time Learning program within the hours of 9:00-2:00 Monday-Friday. Students enrolled in an After School Education program can schedule as few or as many tutoring appoints as they need by the week, the month or the year.

Are you open year round?
Test preparation and private tutoring is offered year round. Our Autism Support Services follow a typical school calendar which can be found here.

Who works at Bross Center?
Our staff is comprised of certified general education teachers, certified special education teachers, educational aides and tutors with a minimum of a bachelor’s degree. Our staff has experience working with both public as well as private school systems. Read about our leadership team.

What steps can I take if I believe my child has Executive Function Disorder or another related challenge?
Our Center Director offers over 10 years of experience as a school psychologist. You can e-mail Jennifer Bross or call (513) 535-6998 with preliminary questions and to schedule a consultation. We provide cognitive assessment services for a more definitive identification of your child’s needs as a part of your consultation.

How do I schedule a visit?
E-mail Jennifer Bross, Center Director, or call (513) 535-6998 to schedule a visit.

How do I register?
We meet with families to determine goals and needs. For students enrolling in our Autism Support Services, we also schedule a time for you and your child to visit the center. You may call us or fill out the form on the contact page.

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