|[IMAGE: homework hotline]||SIUE Homework Hotline [pdf]
SIUE, in partnership with the Illinois Society of Professional Engineers Foundation, has developed and launched a Homework Hotline to support local students at grades 5-8 who need assistance with math homework. The Hotline aims to provide a service that is an educational asset to our local schools, students and parents by providing after-hours math assistance. The SIUE Homework Hotline is free of charge and staffed by SIUE students whose area of expertise is mathematics. The phone lines are open Sundays -Thursdays from 6–10 p.m. Tutors can be reached at 618-650-3072. If you need additional information, please contact Liza Cummings at firstname.lastname@example.org or 618-650-3459.
|[IMAGE: behavior clinic picture]||Attention and Behavior Clinic [ web site]
Located in the Department of Psychology, the Attention and Behavior Clinic is designed to provide comprehensive ADHD assessments to children and adolescents in addition to brief consultation to parents and schools for management of inattentive, hyperactive and disruptive childhood behavior. Assessments typically include gathering data from a variety of sources including parents, schools, and the referred child. For more information, please contact Dr. Greg Everett .
|[IMAGE: clinic]||Cougar Literacy Clinic [ web site]
Purpose of the Program: To improve the literacy development of children in grades 1 through 12 who have reading and writing difficulties. Individualized assessment and instruction is provided by qualified graduate students in the Literacy/Reading Master's Program under the direction of literacy professors in the Curriculum and Instruction Department.
|[IMAGE: ESLCS]||SIUE Charter High School [ web site]
The SIUE Charter High School is a School of Choice for families in the East St. Louis School District #189. The school's mission is to prepare students who are career-and college - ready upon graduation. To achieve this mission, the school and its staff will positively impact the educational and economic lives of East St. Louis youth through individualized instruction in core academic subjects, exploration of career interests and aptitudes, assistance in realizing students' talents, high academic goals and expectations that graduates will become competitive employees for the 21st Century.
|[IMAGE: Development Center Image]||Southern Illinois Professional Development Center [ web site]
Southern Illinois Professional Development Center, SIPDC, provides professional/staff development services to enhance the effectiveness of those serving adult learners. Their web site provides a sample of what is available through the SIPDC, links to other resources and programs and an opportunity for you to contact us with your needs and requests.
|[IMAGE: reading center]||Speech-Language-Hearing Center
The Center provides diagnostic and treatment services each semester for more than 100 individuals who present with a variety of communication problems. The Center also sponsors a group treatment program for individuals with aphasia. Students in Speech-language Pathology begin their practicum experiences in the Center as seniors during undergraduate study. As graduate students, they participate in audiology clinic, diagnostic clinic and pediatric and adult clinics in the Center. All clinical activity is supervised and mentored by certified speech-language pathologists.
|[IMAGE: woman on scale picture]||Weight Management Clinic
The purpose of the weight management program is to help members of the SIUE and Metro East communities improve their health by learning and applying the skills necessary to lose a modest amount of weight (5-10%), or at minimum, prevent further weight gain. The 6-Month program is conducted by faculty from the Department of Kinesiology and Health Education and is based upon the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute's Clinical Guidelines on the Identification, Evaluation, and Treatment of Overweight and Obesity in Adults. For more information, please contact Dr. Erik Kirk