Sari Weinberg-Binder, BAA, (ECE.), M.Ed. (Sp.Ed.) (C) OACCPP


Sari Weinberg-Binder is an educational consultant with over twenty years of experience. She consults with parents, teachers and professionals whose children are ages 2 to 6 years in her private practice in Toronto. Sari has extensive skills for discovering and understanding a child’s individual strengths and needs. Ms. Weinberg-Binder answers questions to support each child’s developmental, behavioral and educational needs in school, daycare and home settings. Ms. Weinberg-Binder’s consultations, play-based assessments, and school observations provide a framework for developmentally appropriate practice, education, early intervention, and parent coaching.

Areas of Practice include:

  • Developmental Screening and Assessments
  • Early Intervention Resources
  • Parent Consulting (i.e. sleep, regulation, social skills, behavior)
  • School Liason & School Selection 
  • Individualized curriculum support
  • Resources and Referral
  • Biblio-coaching

Education and Professional Experience:

  • M.Ed. -Special Education - Ontario Institute for Studies in Education
  • B.A.A. - Early Childhood Education -Ryerson University
  • Certified member OACCPP
  • Member- Interdisciplinary Council on Developmental and Learning Disorders (ICDL)
  • Part Time Faculty and Presenter – Montessori Teachers College; Sheridan College, George Brown College.
  • Preschool Services Director- Ford & Associates
  • Psychometrist- Lincoln County School Board
  • Professional Development & Trainings –ICDL TM (DIR B); Touchpoints TM; Banks Street College
  • Volunteer-Wellspring Cancer Support Network; Royal Ontario Museum 

Presentations (Workshop Leader):

  • Play and Development: Meeting Children’s Individual Needs- Muki Baum Treatment Centers, Toronto, Come to Your Senses International Conference
  • Understanding the Child through a Developmental Lens: Supporting Children’s Strengths & Needs in a Camp Setting. Ontario Camping Association Conferences & Training
  • Addressing Learning Differences: Supporting Student’s Individual Strengths & Needs in the Montessori Classroom- Montessori Teachers College & Canadian Association of Montessori Teachers, Toronto
  • Know Your Child: How do Young Children Develop and Learn? Elementary and early childhood schools  throughout Toronto & vicinity; parent groups- ongoing

Contact Information

Office Location: 57A Admiral Road, Toronto, ON M5R 2L4

Telephone: 647-300-4390

Email: sariweinbergbinder@icloud.com

Website: www.sariweinbergbinder.com