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About Us

Little Flower Learning is a Brisbane business providing personalized and engaging tutoring programs for young people with intellectual disabilities and developmental disorders including Autism.

Programs are based on the specific capabilities, goals and interests of individuals and learning is always interactive, engaging and fun.

The story of
Little Flower Learning

As many parents will know, the traditional education system was not designed to meet the complex needs of young people with special needs. In my time as a teacher in special schools, I have seen first hand how difficult it is to consistently meet the social, emotional, personal and academic needs of multiple students in busy, noisy and under-resourced classrooms.

 

I believe that there is a better way. Students with special needs have a range of capabilities and goals and they deserve the opportunity to achieve their best. Little Flower Learning provides intensive and focused one-to-one learning sessions that are designed with your child's interests, aspirations and capabilities in mind.

With a little extra time, attention and planning, all students are able to learn and achieve their goals, whatever they may be.

We specialize in working with young people with a range of intellectual disabilities and developmental disorders including:

Autism Spectrum Disorder

Attention Deficit Disorder

Auditory Processing Disorders

Intellectual Impairment

Down Syndrome

Dyslexia/Dyspraxia

Contact us for more information or to book your FREE consultation.

 

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Dani Fioretti

Owner and founder

Dani is an accomplished special education teacher with years of experience as a classroom teacher in special and mainstream schools. She is working towards becoming a qualified developmental educator. 

Dani has a Masters qualification in Teaching and is dedicated to being across the latest research and approaches in education for students with intellectual disabilities and developmental disorders.

Dani is currently registered to teach in Queensland and continues to work in schools part-time. She is trained in Alternative and Augmented Communication (AAC) systems and in behaviour management techniques.

 

Dani holds a Blue Card and has up-to-date qualifications in First Aid and CPR.

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