The first steps on the path to your learner's future
A Bit About Us
Open Pathways, LLC is a company that provides private tutoring. Our tutoring include but are not limited to, Rapid Prompting Method to teach academics, hobbies, and life skills to learners with Autism and other communication-related disorders. We help learners aged 4 through adult.
We cater to each client’s needs to ensure their progress.
We also offer IEP help and advocacy services upon request. Our advocacy team has over 25 years of Special Education experience and is very knowledgable about SPED law.
For more information or general inquiries, please contact us.
Professional Tutoring and Advocacy Services
Rapid Prompting Method Services conveniently located in the center of the DFW Metroplex
Advocacy and Consultation
Session times will be determined by the teacher and parent. Depending on the ability and age of the learner, sessions can be anywhere from 15 minutes up to 2 hours. These can be online or in our Hurst office.
At Open Pathways, our advocay team is happy to communicate with school staff, teacher, administrators, and para organizations to provide information and suggestions on Least Restrictive Enviornment, etc. We are also available to sit in during ARD meetings.
Contact us for your informational session today!
Danielle Francingues earned her Master’s degree in special education from McNeese State University in 2012 and was a special education teacher for over 11 years. She has been a private tutor on the side for the past 5 years and has also started working on advocacy cases. She has previously been trained in ABA and is now working towards becoming a certified RPM provider, having completed the HALO introductory course in June of 2018. She has worked with learners of all abilities and would eventually like to open a small school for learners with disabilities.
Danielle Francingues M.A. Ed
Tutor, Advocate, & Owner of Open Pathways, LLC
Danielle has been working with my daughter for 2 years now. She (my daughter) has improved exponentially in sitting, listening, and doing her letters on the RPM board. Also, Danielle is very patient with her on her rough days and carries on through the sessions very calmly.