Director, Dyslexia Specialist
What a joy to be celebrating 20 years of helping students to see that they can read, write, spell and be successful in school!
It is hard to believe that 20 years ago this therapy was brought from Birmingham, AL and began making a difference in students all over the Metro and Williamson County areas. Our center is located in the Brentwood area, providing multi-sensory therapy to students through an Orton Gillingham approach. Our goal is to help families understand dyslexia, provide therapy for their students, and support and teach them how to help their child. This allows students to see that they can achieve success in school and beyond. Our students have experienced significant progress when consistent intervention therapy is practiced for 8 to 15 months. Students typically show growth of two to three years in reading, visualization, auditory processing, and cognitive skill development through our program. Without intervention, students experience about a ½ year growth in learning.
Please understand that dyslexia is a managed disability. Multisensory dyslexia therapy is the key to aiding a student with dyslexia. Our program works on all areas of the brain to enable your student to process information and learn the relationship between letters and sounds. We then build their reading and spelling abilities with consistent therapy.
Each student is unique and has their own set of strengths and weaknesses. Our team will put in place an individualized plan that will advance your child's academic skills and increase their self confidence.
Call for a free consultation today. I look forward to talking with you about how we can help your student.
Cindy Loftin, Director
We strongly believe that students with dyslexia should have high expectations and reasonable goals. Our certified teachers provide students with a supportive and encouraging environment so that they may face their challenges and learn to successfully manage their learning differences.
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