Reading Programs

Many children seem to have no trouble learning to read. Even when very young, they begin making connections between letters and sounds, sounds and words, words and thoughts. For these children, the process of reading seems simple and natural. For other children, however, learning to read is a continuous struggle.

 

Difficulties with basic reading and language skills are the most common of all learning disabilities, affecting up to 80 percent of people who have learning problems. According to the National Institutes of Health, one out of every ten children has significant problems with reading skills. Medical and education specialists use many terms to refer to these problems, including "reading differences," "reading disorders," "reading difficulties," and "dyslexia." 

 

Our Speech-Language Pathologists and Reading Therapists provide services to children who need or are experiencing difficulty with:

  • Reading Comprehension
  • Reading Fluency
  • Written Language
  • Phonological Awareness
  • Pre-Literacy and Early Literacy Skills
  • Kindergarten Preparation
  • Basic Reading Skills
  • Dyslexia

Many of our Speech-Language Pathologists are trained and/or certified in reading programs such as Phono-Graphix and Orton Gillingham.


You should call the LEARNING AND THERAPY CORNER if your child:

  • is having difficulty developing phonological awareness skills
  • is struggling to read
  • needs an educational boost before entering kindergarten or  pre-first
  • has difficulty with reading comprehension
  • has difficulty with reading fluency
  • has difficulty with written language