Our professional staff offers trainings for parents, teacher, speech therapists, and others who are interested in language and literacy issues. Some of our training topics have included: Get Ready to Read! reading readiness screening for preschoolers, Phonological Awareness and Its Relationship to Literacy, Assessment of At-Risk Students, Brain Research in Dyslexia, and Dyslexia: The Ghost Disease!
We are first and foremost an organization that is built for the family. We want to make sure that the right values are instilled early when it comes to education and we do so by involving the parents early and often as well.
The greatest thing about living in this time is that we have so many more resources. We also have so many options that choosing the right one is tough. We can help you find the right one for you and your family.
For most of our students, they are coming into our program at a time when they are at their most curious and we want to feed that curiosity as much as possible.
The other great thing about the community that we build is the relationships that we help foster. This is a great way to meet other kids in the area and even the parents can make new connections.
You can never start networking too early. I look back at some of the opportunities that I have had and they come from the strangest sources. You never know who you can meet that can help change your life.
Reading alone can be boring, but having a group to discuss with can make everything more exciting. At the very least, you can hear other people’s perspectives. You might hear some things that you never would have imagined on your own.