A multi-sensory approach to literacy

Research has shown that multi-sensory teaching methods are often the most effective for struggling learners, such as students with dyslexia or other language based learning differences.   Using multi-sensory instructional methods, I will create a program for each student that is in line with Orton-Gillingham principles of instruction.   

If you answer yes to any of the questions below, then you have come to the right place! 

My child........

  • has difficulty decoding or sounding out words

  • struggles to retain spelling patterns

  • misspells sight words (even after a lot of time practicing)

  • doesn't enjoy reading

  • literacy skills do not seem to match cognitive abilities

  • is below grade level in reading

  • has poor fluency