Although 10 minutes may seem like a very short lesson, remember that each lesson is private and your child is getting the undivided attention of their instructor. Each lesson, though short, is very intense. Most group lesson are only 30-45 minutes in length with as many as 6 children in each class. This equals only about 5-7 minutes of actual instruction time for each child. Before deciding that your child can't possibly learn in such a short lesson, come and observe one or more ISR of Lake Lanier lessons.
ISR has implemented the 10 minute maximum lesson length to ensure the safety of the student. Vasoconstriction checks and the condition of the abdomen dictate the end of the lesson not the clock (parents always notice that Ms. Robin NEVER wears a watch).
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ISR's safety record and proven instruction techniques are uniquely tailored to your child's needs based on comprehensive assessment and continual monitoring of your child's health and skill attainment, by certified ISR instructors.
For your child's well-being and comfort, prior to each lesson you receive BUDS (bowel, urine, diet, sleep) forms. This sheet tracks the unique physiology of your child, including bowel movements, frequency of urination, diet and meal-times, and the duration of every sleep episode in a 24-hour period.
Before each lesson, your ISR instructor will review the BUDS sheet and ask you further questions if necessary, and then individualize the lesson for your child. If your instructor feels any of these key measurements are not as they should be, your child's lesson will not take place. The BUDS sheet ensures your child learns in a healthy and safe environment.
ISR Certified Master Instructor Jan Orwick stated "ISR always emphasizes safety over convenience and we tend to find that the parents feel much more comfortable about this as well. While it is a fair amount of paperwork, any program that involves the safety and well being of young children needs to be conscientious and very thorough. We review every registration form and our pediatric nurses also review certain forms where the student might have an issue or circumstance of concern. We also have David Carr, M.D. as our board-certified pediatrician and he too assists in the evaluations of selected ISR materials."
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