- Sound discrimination, memory and sequencing
- Phonemic Awareness
- Reading Comprehension
In-person tutoring sessions are highly interactive. A benchmark is assessed at the beginning and then tutoring begins with great intentionality to close the gap between a child’s current reading level vs. their grade level. Students and parents are also educated on assistive technology to empower the dyslexic child through school and into adulthood.
Remote tutoring keeps a child advancing in reading and spelling using direct instruction even while at home. Using a unique remote tutoring platform, students interact on a 1:1 basis. Lesson plans are customized to best address a child’s areas of strength and weakness.