Whether your child is just learning to read or is in high school, support for literacy services can improve a students confidence, build self-advocacy skills, and break down barriers. Combing an Orton Gillingham approach with other evidence-based approaches, I work with children with dyslexia, language-based learning disabilities, and specific learning disability; however, children do not need a formal diagnosis to benefit from literacy support. Click here to learn about the signs of a literacy disorder.
Literacy support services for reading, writing, and spelling are provided in the home, school, or community setting and are one-on-one with certified speech-language pathologist, Sue Berscheid. Sessions are scheduled for 45- to 60-minute sessions and frequency is determined as a team with the family and depends on the need of each individual.