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Our educational therapists specialize in working with students who have language-based learning differences, such as dyslexia. These learners benefit from multi-sensory structured language education (MSLE). Our approach includes auditory, kinesthetic, and visual activities to provide the necessary scaffolding needed to solidify foundational skills. Parallel specialists complete an interview and vetting process, are certified by Orton-Gillingham, and have a strong background in education.
Our educational therapists specialize in working with students who have language-based learning differences, such as dyslexia as well as various learning differences. Using a multi-sensory approach, we incorporate auditory, kinesthetic, and visual activities to provide the necessary scaffolding needed to solidify foundational skills. Parallel specialists complete an interview and vetting process, are Orton-Gillingham certified, and have a strong background in education.
Educational therapy is designed to support a child's learning differences or disabilities by building strong foundational learning skills. Our learning specialists center their interventions around a child's strengths, challenges, and needs, specifically in the areas of reading, writing and math. Desired outcomes of educational therapy include improved performance at school, the development of new skills and strategies, filling in any learning gaps and strengthening essential and foundational academic skills.
As children grow older and spend less and less time developing the skills necessary to learn to read, they make a switch to being able to read to learn. Once your child is past the emergent literacy stage, they will really start to engage in deep levels of reading for meaning. There are many ways you can help facilitate this learning at home. Here are 5 ways to help boost your older child and teen's literacy skills!
Learning differences come in many iterations, looking different from one person to the next. You might have heard the expression "The 3 D's" in the learning and medical communities. But what does that mean? The 3 D's represent dyslexia, dysgraphia, and dyscalculia. While many children and adults might be diagnosed with just one of these learning disabilities, there are also times when someone is diagnosed with all three. In this blog we break down each of these LD's and what to look for.