Commitment to Clients

The reason we do what we do is because helping individuals achieve success brings us joy.  We are committed to creating lasting change in our clients’ lives so that they can reach their true potential. We treat our clients with the utmost respect, professionalism, and care.


At Key Learning Resources, relationship building is at the core of everything we do. We understand that learning is a multifaceted process involving the student, parents, teachers, and community at large. We partner with our clients, their families, their teachers, and other allied professionals to create a team that is dedicated to helping our client succeed.

Growth Mindset

We are always growing and learning at Key Learning Resources. Our team members adopt a growth mindset and are continually looking to sharpen their craft. We also encourage our clients to develop a growth mindset so that they can be the best version of themselves.


Honesty and transparency are essential values at KLR. We understand that our clients are putting their trust in us. We strive to be fully transparent in all our policies and interactions.


KLR celebrates diversity in all forms. We understand that learning sits at an intersection of culture, country of origin, ability, race, and socioeconomic status. We are also keenly aware of the ways in which neurodiversity influences the learning process. Our founder, Lindsay S. Harrington, has had extensive training in multicultural and anti-bias education. She brings this unique knowledge into her compassionate approach to coaching.

Community Outreach

The team at KLR understands the critical role that community plays in our lives. We want to give back to the communities we serve. Our founder, Lindsay, is a trained volunteer at Schools on Wheels, which offers virtual tutoring for children experiencing homelessness in the LA area. Lindsay is also a trained volunteer and contributor at Ride On Therapeutic Horsemanship, a non-profit organization that offers equine therapy to children and adults with disabilities.