$55 per session
Sessions are 1 hour
We cater to student differences and assist them with language-based learning difficulties such as dyslexia and dysgraphia through sequential, structured, systematic, and explicit lessons taught to mastery. Our flexible services enable students to boost their individual learning progress through our specialized one on one tutorial sessions in reading, spelling, written expression and reading comprehension. Services are provided in sessions prescribed for one to three times per week honoring your busy family’s schedule.We offer sessions either in-person, at our office in Nashua or remotely through video conferencing software.
$65 per hour
Sessions are 1 hour
These costs would be out of pocket, since we do not accept insurance for academic testing or services.
Therapy Sessions in:
Articulation (including Apraxia)
Expressive and Receptive Language
Social Communication Skills
Structured, Systematic Multi-Sensory Tutorials In All Facets of Literacy Learning
$55 per session Sessions are 1 hour
Reading Decoding & Spelling Utilizing Orton Gillingham
Elementary & Middle School Mathematics
Study Skills and Note-taking
What is the Orton Gillingham Approach?
Part of our mission is to provide tutoring using the Orton Gillingham methodology. Orton-Gillingham is an instructional approach that has proven effective with children and adults who have difficulty with reading, spelling, and writing, especially those diagnosed with dyslexia and dysgraphia. Tutoring is conducted one-on-one, by a highly qualified tutor. Lessons are designed to meet the individual needs of each student.
The Orton-Gillingham methodology focuses solely upon the learning needs of the individual student. It is diagnostic, prescriptive, multi-sensory and taught to mastery. Students with and without dyslexia need to master some basic knowledge about the English language and its relationship to the writing system. However, because of their dyslexia, students with specific language-based learning disorders need more help than others making sense of our language system. Language elements such as phonology, morphology, grammar, and syntax, that non-dyslexic learners acquire easily, must be taught directly and systematically.
The Orton-Gillingham approach is different from other methods of teaching insofar as it is multi-sensory, systematic, and individualized. It is direct instruction of structured literacy. Multi-sensory means that it engages all of the brain’s learning pathways (sight, sound, touch and motion) simultaneously. Structured means that it progresses from easier to more challenging concepts in a logical and sequential way; learning builds cumulatively with frequent practice and review. Direct means that this method of instruction is explicit as reading and spelling rules are explained, goals are set and the learner works towards specific benchmarks within five different levels.
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