Helping All Children
Reach Their Potential
Dyslexia Training & HOmeschool Help
We work with students in an individual setting and use multi-sensory learning techniques that have been approved by the International Dyslexia Association.
Students with Dyslexia require intense intervention that often isn’t provided in school.
The 303 Learning Difference
All of our dyslexia tutors are certified Wilson Dyslexia Practitioners or Certified Wilson Dyslexia Therapists. More importantly, we believe that all children can become readers.
We use a systematic reading program designed to help children who are diagnosed with dyslexia or children who exhibit several of the signs. We are Certified Academic Language Practitioners or Wilson Dyslexia Practitioners. Students with dyslexia learn best when they use a multi-sensory approach. We use the student’s visual, auditory and kinesthetic pathways simultaneously to help him/her overcome language processing issues. This method creates an environment where students are better able to store and retrieve information.
Many people see dyslexia as learning problem, but our experience has taught us that dyslexia is teaching problem. Students with dyslexia require structured literacy instruction that covers phonemic awareness, phonics, vocabulary, fluency, and comprehension. Concepts need to be taught in a logical sequence and students need to be given the opportunity to master taught concepts before moving on to something new.
Parents looking for help, are likely to come across many well-meaning educators who want to provide support for their child. However, these educators may not have the specific training required for working with students with dyslexia. Or perhaps they have attended a dyslexia workshop, but they haven’t participated in a supervised practicum.
All of our tutors have completed at least 1-year supervised practicum that has been approved by International Dyslexia Association and the Dyslexia Alliance. Occasionally, we may hire a tutor who is currently undergoing her practicum. Parents will be notified that their tutor is still in her training year.
Your Child Deserves to Reach His or Her Potential
We provide one to one and small group tutoring for students with dyslexia
using Orton-Gillingham based methods of structured literacy. We care
about each and every child and will work with them while
giving you strategies to help you support them at home.
The right instruction will
help your child be the student
they were born to be!
Contact us today to schedule a time for us to discuss your child’s needs.
We invite you to meet us for a FREE 30 minute consultation.
6053 S. Quebec St. #101,
Greenwood Village, CO 80111
Phone: (720) 272-5893