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Jaime Lehrhoff


WELCOME to the Livingston Educational Center. We are a private facility in Essex County that services a number of towns including Short Hills/Millburn, Livingston, Summit, Springfield, Chatham, Madison, Westfield, West Orange, and The Caldwells. We specialize in educational and psychological testing, tutoring and advocacy services. 

Livingston Educational Center, LLC was founded by Jaime Lehrhoff, M.A., LDT-C in January of 2006. In 2012, Jaime branched out and opened the Livingston Educational Center at Short Hills which is now the primary location for all testing and tutoring.


 Jaime graduated from Newark Academy in Livingston, NJ in 1993 and then went on to Adelphi University where she graduated with an Elementary Education and Sociology degree in 1997. Jaime completed her Master's from New York University in reading and learning disabilities before heading to Montclair State University where she received her learning disabilities teacher consultant certification. In addition to her work within the office, Jaime also consults with school districts in the NJ area as well as evaluates and diagnoses children and adults with learning disabilities. In addition, Jaime speaks on topics such as Dyslexia, early signs of learning disabilities, and executive functioning around the tri-state area. Jaime was featured in NJ Family Magazine's Best Doctors in 2012, 2013, 2014 and 2018!

"My child went from Below Average on a diagnostic evaluation, to the higher end of the Average range in under one year. Thanks to Jaime and her amazing staff for guiding us towards the right interventions and ensuring my daughter would meet success."

-Angela, Short Hills

"Thanks to Jaime, my daughter is off to the college of her choice. We couldn't have done it without her!"

-Debbie, Livingston

"Jaime and her staff don't just work with the kids but the parents as well. The amount of hours they have spent on the phone with me when I had reached my breaking point was unbelievable. I would recommend the LEC over and over again!"

-Jerry, West Orange

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