Note: I have a few after school slots available at this point, and daytime slots on some days. (updated 11/21/17)
Are you (or is your child) "math phobic"? Are you lost in math class, or stuck at the first sentence of a paper you have to write for Monday? Is your idea of organization "well, it's in there somewhere!"? Do you want to do better in school? Are you taking an honors class and want to excel? Do you have to pass college math or a qualifying test? Do you need someone to help...
I have an MEd in Special Ed. I've been a case manager at the High School and Middle School level. Many of my students have been coded with Aspergers or PDD of various sorts. I have worked at a private special ed school in Concord, which specializes in helping students with Aspergers. And I worked for years in the high tech industry, most recently as a technical writer, and worked closely with many adults who were very likely Aspergers. I do "get it". :-) And I know how to communicate and teach students who struggle with other teachers.
As a special educator (MEd) I've taught studies for students from 8th through 12th grade. I've helped students with organization and study skills during these studies. I have taught a separate class in organization, including both materials and how to organize information for papers and projects. I've taken specific classes in study skills.