Why?
For those students who are not dyslexic but struggle with specific areas of oral or written language in their current educational environment.

What?
A multi-sensory, process oriented approach to teaching specific language skills provides tools, strategies and steps to become a better student.

How?
An experienced and certified language therapist creates an individualized plan to provide systematic and diagnostic instruction utilizing all four senses (visual, auditory, kinesthetic and tactile) for the selected skills. Alphabetic Phonics, Take Flight, Multisensory Grammar, Report Form and other programs are drawn on for this instruction. One-hour sessions are recommended, typically two or three times a week.