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             $45 per 45-minute virtual session
Dyslexia Instruction​
(Basic Language Skills)

- Word Recognition Skills

- Oral Language Skills

- Spelling Skills

- Comprehension Skills

- Handwriting

- Composition

Instruction for ​
Learning Difficulties


- Writing

- Reading Comprehension

- Reading Fluency

- Handwriting

- Communication Difficulties

​       School Collaboration


- Direct observation in school setting​

- Collaboration with teachers
- Develop techniques to communicate​
- Assist with program modification​
- Provide resources for school staff​

Lynn was trained by Neuhaus Education Center and the Barton Reading and Spelling System to deliver the following programs to students with dyslexia or related language learning differences.

The International Dyslexia Association recommends this type of multi-sensory structured language program.  



Basic Language Skills and Barton Reading and Spelling Services are intensive, therapeutic curriculums that are effective for students with dyslexia and other related disorders. These research-based curriculums share similar philosophies and characteristics with other Orton-Gillingham-based curricula and provide instruction in phonemic awareness, letter recognition, decoding, spelling, fluency, comprehension, handwriting, vocabulary, and oral and written expression. They are designed to be taught by a dyslexia practitioner 2 to 4 days per week for one hour a day.  These programs take approximately two to three years to complete.

Reading Readiness is a curriculum that utilizes hands-on, multisensory activities to teach students foundational skills that are necessary to become fluent readers and accurate spellers. These skills include letter recognition, phonological awareness, and oral language.  Students will learn to understand the sound structure of spoken language and will obtain the knowledge needed to decode unfamiliar words.  Comprehension will be developed through listening and retelling.  This class will be taught by a dyslexia practitioner 3 to 4 days per week for one hour a day.  This program will take up to eight months to complete.

Multisensory Grammar is a curriculum that will teach the parts of speech in a concrete format.  This class will help students grasp the abstract concepts of grammar and will give them strategies to increase their writing skills by teaching them how to use the parts of speech in the construction and revision of paragraphs.  This class will be taught by a dyslexia practitioner 3 to 4 days per week for one hour a day.

Developing Metacognitive Strategies is a curriculum designed to teach students to learn how to think about their thinking which will enable them to understand what they are reading. This class focuses on developing the metacognitive skills which are needed for critical reading of narrative and expository texts.  It will increase oral language skills and vocabulary and background knowledge.  This class will be taught by a dyslexia practitioner 3 to 4 days per week for one hour.


Read Naturally Live online reading program applies research-based strategies to develop fluency and phonics and support comprehension and vocabulary.

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