Dyslexia: Programs help people read at any age | Prescott Valley Tribune | Prescott Valley, AZ

“School districts, too, are finding the systematic, multi-sensory program truly benefits its students with dyslexia. Barton is not the only reading curriculum based on Orton-Gillingham, a structured, sequential and intensive program developed in the 1930s. However, programs influenced by the O-G approach and research appear to offer the best methods for people with dyslexia to learn how to read.”

Increased Awareness of Dyslexia Means More Students Will Get the Instruction They Need

She attributes the spike in the number of dyslexic students identified in the district to increased awareness among parents, teachers and staff. She said it is critical for these students to receive remediation.

Learning to read when you are dyslexic is difficult, but is not impossible. http://www.interdys.org/ewebeditpro5/upload/MSLTeachingRev0914.pdf

Multi-sensory Structured Language Teaching teaches children who have been identified with dyslexia how to read. S.O.A.R. Tutoring & Advocacy in Winston-Salem, NC offers instruction with the Orton-Gillingham Approach!