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About Segue Center

What is Segue? Who is Segue?

“Segue” – the immediate transition from one part to the next (Webster’s Dictionary)

Segue Center is the missing link between your high school graduation and the rest of your life. It is the haven you can return to day after day to plan your life goals and to help you achieve them.

Students with learning differences, social challenges, anxiety issues, and attentional difficulties often persevere for years through elementary and secondary school programs to achieve that sought-after goal – a high school diploma. But then what?

 

 

Segue Center is a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation. If you would like to make a tax-deductible donation or are interested in volunteer opportunities please contact Kendall Quarterman at kquarterman@seguecenter.org.

Segue Center will not discriminate in any admissions, program, activity, or employment practice on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, or sex.  Segue Center’s commitment to equal opportunity includes nondiscrimination on the basis of sexual orientation and gender identity and expression.

Pam Quarterman, M.M.Sc., CCC-SLP, a speech-language pathologist, educator, and administrator, has been leading a highly successful, innovative private school for bright, learning-different students, ages 3 – 18, for over thirty years, and has started this new, innovative center.   She and her team of dedicated professionals at Segue Center have identified a huge need in our community and have created a program to meet that need.

Kendall Quarterman, J.D. has a background in law and education, having taught students of all ages who struggle with learning differences. Growing up helping special needs children instilled empathy and a passion for working in the community here in Dallas. After becoming a licensed attorney, Kendall expanded her professional skills to find ways that she could continue to serve the learning different population. In addition to classroom experience, she has also served as an Education Advocate for students in the public school special education system. Kendall has taught multiple subject areas to different age groups, including computer coding and technology.

Where is the support system that has been so beneficial, even critical, to their success?

Answer: Segue Center

Pam, along with experienced educators, therapists, and counselors have designed a program to provide support in a multitude of areas:

  • personal goal setting
  • academic tutoring
  • career planning
  • lifeskill preparation
  • job coaching
  • social skill practice
  • healthy lifestyle mentoring
  • diet
  • physical exercise
  • mindfulness
  • peer friendship activities

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