Pathways


Overview and Philosophy | History | Resources and Specialists

A wide array of resources exists for parents of students with different ways of learning. Our school psychologist, guidance counselor and educational therapists are here to support parents and students.

Educational Therapists

Mari Tere Larrieu, MA 787 999-4640
Nydia M. Barrios, MA 787 999-4600
Lourdes Veve, MA 787 999-4641
School Psychologist Esther M. Pérez, MS, CAGS 787 999-4600 x4626
Clinical Psychologist Rita Tamargo, PsyD, MA 787 999-4642
College Counselor Beatriz Guzmán, MA 787 999-4609

Additional Referral Doctors (PDF)

External Support Services

At Robinson, we value the assistance and expertise of a wide variety of specialists, some of whom have office space on our campus. If possible, arrangements can be made for students to receive the services during the school day. Currently the school offers the services of an occupational therapist, a speech therapist and a reading specialist. For contact information, please call 787-999-4604.

We have also gathered a list of websites that offer information to parents for your easy access. If you have a site you would like to share with us, please send an e-mail to Anya Belaval at abelaval@robinsonschool.org.

• ADDA provides information, resources and networking opportunities to help adults with Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (AD/HD)

• IDA , Internal Dyslexia Association is a non-profit organization dedicated to helping individual with dyslexia, their families and the communities that support them.

• LDA, is a national organization of parents, professionals and individuals with learning disabilities. LDA has state and local chapters in your area.

• LD online, offers information for parents, teachers, and other interested professionals in the areas of learning disabilities. Legal issues, current research, instructional strategies, and personal stories.

• NCLD, National Center for Learning Disabilities seeks to raise public awareness and understanding, furnish national information and referrals, and arrange educational programs and legislative advocacy.

• CHADD, Children and Adults with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder provides education, advocacy and support for individuals with AD/HD.

• CLD, Council for Learning Disabilities, is an international organization that promotes effective teaching and research. CLD is composed of professionals who represent diverse disciplines and who are committed to enhance the education and lifespan development of individuals with learning disabilities.

• Voice Nation is a collection of resources organized by category.