Cooper Learning Network offers one-on-one instruction, study skills groups, and psychological services for children with reading issues. They also provide diagnostic and treatment services for parents. Their center in Voorhees features a staff that provides educational and emotional support for these students with reading difficulties.
Please complete all assigned Epic E-learning modules within the Cooper Learning Network (CLN), as this time is paid and should be submitted for reimbursement from your Clinical Director.
About Cooper Learning Center
Cooper Learning Center caters to children with special needs by offering one-on-one instruction and group activities, assessment/evaluation services, in-school and after-school reading programs for kids, study skills groups, and psychological benefits.
The Center is the region’s only child learning program affiliated with a university-level medical center and stands as a world leader in diagnosing and treating dyslexia/reading disabilities. Their Dyslexia Assessment and Treatment Program draws upon research and theory to understand normal reading/writing development stages through personalized assessment services for physical or emotional causes of learning disorders.
Cooper Living and Learning Center provides adults with job training, coaching, independence-prep skills development, daily living skills training, and socialization activities, as well as assistance navigating outside agency support services, higher education guidance, public transportation access assistance, and leisure/recreation activities tailored specifically for each student’s unique needs. Furthermore, family and community members are actively included in planning processes designed to meet those requirements.
NWU students benefit from one-on-one tutoring in various subjects from our highly trained teaching assistants while also enjoying access to our collaborative learning environment, where peers provide support with homework, projects, and papers – free of charge! The NWU Center also offers members professional development opportunities at no additional cost.
Cooper University Hospital
Cooper University Hospital was established in 1887 and is South Jersey’s primary referral hospital for specialty services. Home to The Bone & Joint Institute, The Heart Institute, Ripa Center for Women’s Health and Wellness, and MD Anderson Cancer Center at Cooper, this regional trauma center for southern New Jersey counties also serves as a state-designated Level I adult and pediatric trauma center.
CUH is proud to be the clinical partner of the Cooper Medical School of Rowan University (CMSRU). CMSRU is committed to producing highly skilled and socially aware physicians who respect a team-oriented healthcare approach to patient care, so students begin small-group, self-directed learning experiences in our clinics at Cooper Health Sciences Campus from their third week.
Camden University Hospital (CUH), situated in Camden, stands as Southern New Jersey’s only Level I Adult and Level II Pediatric Trauma Centers. Additionally, they hold one of New Jersey’s premier hospital statuses – earning The Joint Commission Gold Seal of Approval and Heart-Check mark accreditation by the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association as a Comprehensive Stroke Center; additionally being accredited with full certification by the National Perinatal Quality Improvement Program.
Cooper Living and Learning Center
The Cooper International Learning Center (CILC) is an educational laboratory and social space designed to unite people and organizations supporting language learning, new perspectives, and cultural understanding. Students, faculty, and staff from UW-Platteville and local community members are welcome to participate in language study artistic research collaborative endeavors with an emphasis on world languages.
Cooper Home assists transition-age students in developing independence while moving toward natural supports within the community and workplace. Situated on the Pioneer Farm campus, just seven miles from downtown Platteville, Cooper Home allows its students to acquire job and daily living skills through paid internships/training/socialization with peers and leisure and recreation activities.
Cooper provides children who struggle with reading and academic issues a welcoming atmosphere that reduces fears and self-consciousness, encouraging them to relax into instruction and engage with education. Alongside individual reading therapy sessions, Cooper offers assessment/evaluation services, study skills groups, and psychological services tailored specifically for kids.
Dunn Hall offers a cooperative community for seven or eight students per room with shared living areas and kitchen facilities. On the third floor is the Outdoor Adventures-themed housing community, which will foster student interest in outdoor experiences while serving as an influential hub for experiential outdoor education programs.
Cooper Pediatrics is a team of board-certified pediatricians throughout South Jersey who offer comprehensive primary and specialty pediatric services across five offices to children of all ages. Committed to family-centric care that emphasizes health promotion and disease prevention, these pediatricians take great pride in serving their community.
Dr. Andrea Cooper always had an intense affinity for children, and from an early age, she knew she wanted to become a pediatrician. While in high school, she worked as a summer nanny for two kids whose families quickly became close. Dr. Andrea delights in getting to know each of her patients as they grow into successful adults.
Dr. Mary Ellen Cusack is passionate about preventive medicine, giving her patients the time and attention to keep themselves healthy. Her particular area of interest lies with care for high-risk infants – part of a team of physicians providing top-of-the-line medical and surgical treatment to these very fragile children.
She actively participates in the ImproveCareNow (ICN) Learning Network, a global partnership working to transform health, care, and costs associated with chronic conditions such as pediatric inflammatory bowel disease. Her work in this area has had significant ramifications on policy with changes to medication labeling by HealthCanada, the US FDA, and UK MHRA; additionally, it serves as a model of collaboration and knowledge-sharing among members of ICN.