Tutoring Services


Virtual Tutoring (via Zoom)

$40 - $50 per session · 45ish minutes*
Individual tutoring with Dr. Caldwell on math or reading. In these sessions, we work on remediating difficulties in either math or reading, using research-based interventions to fill-in gaps and address specific challenges with these subjects. As such, this service is beyond tutoring with school assignments or homework help. These sessions are particularly helpful for students with dyslexia and/or dyscalculia.

Sessions are interactive and students can use cool technology features, such as virtual math manipulatives, to make learning fun and effective. Each session is completely customized for your child.


Fees are based on the number of sessions per week:

  • 1 session/week = $50 per session,

  • 2 sessions/week = $45 per session,

  • 3+ sessions/week = $40 per session.


For more information or to schedule a free initial consultation, please send me a message at nicolekcaldwell@gmail.com.

*Occasionally, sessions will run a few minutes over 45. Very rarely, a session may end a few minutes early.



Barton Reading Tutoring for Dyslexia

$10 · 45ish minutes*

Coming soon! I'm currently working on training in the Barton Reading and Spelling system, an Orton-Gillingham influenced, research and evidence based tutoring system for students with dyslexia. In order to receive certification, I will need to conduct sessions with students, so I am offering a few students this discounted hourly rate while I'm working on the certification.

For more information, please send me a message at nicolekcaldwell@gmail.com.

*Occasionally, sessions will run a few minutes over 45. Very rarely, a session may end a few minutes early.

As an important note, in order to make progress with this approach, a minimum of 2 sessions per week will be required, and 3 are preferred. 



I've starting gathering testimonials, so I'll share a few here for your reference. The first one is a screenshot from a review on my profile from the website care.com, and I've typed in the rest.


"Nicole is highly knowledgeable and passionate about the creation and implementation of effective and functional interventions for children with autism and their families. Moreover, Nicole is a very deep thinker and hard worker. Nicole consistently amazes me with her intelligent, creative, and thorough contributions! An asset to any team hoping to positively impact the lives of children with autism and their families." - Kelly (text copied from my LinkedIn profile).

"Nicole is compassionate, talented, and hard-working. She is uniquely qualified in her work with students on the autism spectrum." - Christina (text copied from my LinkedIn profile).

"Thanks for a great first session. The moment the zoom ended, [STUDENT] said, 'I like her. I feel like I actually did progress.' He is completely invigorated after the lesson."
- Parent email.


"Nicole has been tutoring (homeschool teaching) our 7-year-old for a couple of years (before the pandemic forced us to pause tutoring with her a few months ago) and he's come so far with his language. He's doing great with math, reading, and writing too, but the language is the most noticeable. We hope to be able to start tutoring again soon!" (submitted by e-mail from a family who prefers to remain anonymous).