Dyslexia is a language-based learning disability. Dyslexia refers to a cluster of symptoms, that results in people having difficulties with specific language skills, particularly reading. Students with dyslexia often experience difficulties with both oral and written other language skills, such as writing, and pronouncing words and writing. Dyslexia can make it very difficult for a student to succeed without phonics-based reading instruction that is unavailable in most public schools. In its more severe forms, a student with dyslexia may qualify for special education with specially designed instruction, and as appropriate, accommodations.
~ International Dyslexia Association
Evaluations consist of a series of quantitative and qualitative assessments that evaluate your child's phonological and phonemic awareness, decoding ability, sight word recognition, letter-sound correspondence, oral language skills, and articulation.
Based on your child’s evaluation, individualized goals are created to determine what therapy will focus on. This ensures that your child’s specific needs are being met in order to become successful readers and writers.
After goals are established, we will begin monthly monitoring of their progress. I utilize curriculum-based measures to monitor progress and track their data.
GROUP DYSLEXIA Therapy
Group Dyslexia Therapy is provided in groups of 4. Groups are determined based on your child's reading level. Sessions are 45 minutes long.
Therapy ... $35
Evaluation ... $350
Evaluation is required prior to beginning services. Evaluation can be completed by Ladder to Language or an evaluation completed by your school district can be provided.
Please Note: Insurance does NOT typically cover the cost of Dyslexia Therapy
Individual DYSLEXIA Therapy MONTHLY PLANS
4 Sessions300$Every weekValid for 4 weeks
8 Sessions560$Every weekValid for 4 weeks
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12 Session780$Every weekValid for 4 weeks