Sri Rafelsia is the ultimate avenue for learners with specific learning difficulties such as dyslexia, dyspraxia, dyscalculia, dysgraphia, hyperlexia & ADD in the Asian region, to gain access to in-depth educational assessments (cognitive and achievement), effective learning strategies and intervention.
Programmes at Sri Rafelsia ensure the overall academic development of learners through an emphasis on cognitive and study skills training in addition to formal training of academic skills. Why does the Sri Rafelsia method succeed?
Sri Rafelsia’s early intervention programme, specific learning difficulties intervention programme, learning support & our established homeschool coordination programme, distinguish themselves through the customization of each programme. Programmes are specifically tailored to meet the learning needs of individual learners based on detailed case history collations and formal assessment procedures. Our assessments are conducted not only for diagnosis purposes but also for diagnostic purposes. As the Principal, Ms. Rosh Vettiveloo is always available to provide specialist feedback and expert advice, as well as to identify learners’ changing educational needs and provide ongoing learning support throughout a learner’s tenure at Sri Rafelsia.
Located in the upscale suburb of Taman Tun Dr. Ismail, Kuala Lumpur, families and faculty are attracted to Sri Rafelsia because of its commitment to educate learners so that they become independent, lifelong achievers. We insist on the highest level of educational excellence in special education.
Sri Rafelsia is a Bronze “Organisational Member” of the prestigious British Dyslexia Association. We are the only educational provision in Malaysia to hold this membership.
As leaders in the field of specific learning difficulties, our learners gain a unique opportunity of succeeding at every level of learning. Due to our expert knowledge and skills of the team at Sri Rafelsia, our learners have minimal difficulties gaining entry to private and international schools and specialist schools overseas. What began as an academic barrier, through the “unleashing of potential” gives them success all the way in academia.
MEd (SpEd) (AU); Adv.Dip.Psych (UK); Intl.Dip. ECE (Teaching) (UK);
Dip.SpLD (Teaching) (UK), Cert. SEN (Teaching) (UK); Dip.Cog.Bhvr.Therapy (UK)
She holds memberships with the following Internationally recognised organisations:
Dyslexia Guild UK;
International Mind, Brain & Education Association,USA;
International Literacy Association,USA;