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215 Ferris Ave East Providence RI 02916 USA


The Wolf School is dedicated to providing an educational environment where children with learning differences become successful, secure learners. Our intensive and integrated model enables children to discover and utilize their strengths and talents by meeting their academic, social and emotional needs.

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Rating: 5 stars  

As a parent of a child who attends the wolf school I can tell you first hand this school is as amazing as you probably already heard. My daughter has a complex neurological disorder known as developmental dyspraxia. She was basically written off by our public school system. They had very little hope for her and sat me down on day to tell me they would like to make her a life skilled child. At this point I knew they had given up on her. As her mother I knew there was great knowledge in her brain and they just didn't know how to reach her or even go about trying to. My daughter has only been at the wolf school for about 4 months and already have noticed huge goals she has been reaching. She can read sight words , write her numbers, and loves to go to school. My child now has self confidence that allows her to feel good about herself to succeed. Most of all she has found a love for school and learning. You will never feel alone at this school. The parents and facility are all loving , caring, and understanding. We are all in this together. The children are all very nice and accepting of one another. Take the time and go visit the school it truly life changing. It has become the light at the end of my tunnel!

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