• The Center uses a structured curriculum based on the Orton-Gillingham (O-G) approach to reading instruction.  This highly successful method, developed in the 1920′s, uses a sequential, multisensory phonetic approach to teaching reading, writing and spelling skills to students with dyslexia.  The program incorporates auditory, visual and kinesthetic information to maximize a student’s ability to store and retrieve written words efficiently.

  • Students are tutored one-on-one for an hour in two weekly sessions at the Center after regular school hours. This allows for individualized reading materials and tasks to maximize each students opportunity for success.

  • The curriculum is tailored to each individual child as progress is made in small, readily quantifiable steps.


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