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Jade T.
117/hour

I am a certified Dyslexia Specialist by Neuhaus Training Center

As a Reading Specialist and Master Reading Teacher I underwent extensive Dyslexia training. In addition, as a nationally certified educational diagnostician, I have the ability to diagnose learning disabilities as well as dyslexia. I... read more

117/hour
4.9 (379)
310 hours tutoring Dyslexia out of 954 hours
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As a Reading Specialist and Master Reading Teacher I underwent extensive Dyslexia training. In addition, as a nationally certified educational diagnostician, I have the ability to diagnose learning disabilities as well as dyslexia. I... read more

Anna C.
60/hour

Licensed HS English and Special Education Teacher

I have tutored dyslexic students of different ages, and been able to successfully implement techniques from the ESL, reading comprehension, and literary analysis lessons I have taught, as well as researched methods for dyslexia in... read more

60/hour
5.0 (84)
303 hours tutoring
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I have tutored dyslexic students of different ages, and been able to successfully implement techniques from the ESL, reading comprehension, and literary analysis lessons I have taught, as well as researched methods for dyslexia in... read more

Daniel L.
200/hour

Dyslexia reading and math tutor specializing in Orton Gillingham

I make learning engaging by getting to really know students and their interests. I have worked with students that have Dyslexia, Learning Disabilities, Intellectual disabilities Autism, Rett Syndrome, Spinal Muscle Atrophy, Emotional and... read more

200/hour
5.0 (145)
146 hours tutoring Dyslexia out of 426 hours
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I make learning engaging by getting to really know students and their interests. I have worked with students that have Dyslexia, Learning Disabilities, Intellectual disabilities Autism, Rett Syndrome, Spinal Muscle Atrophy, Emotional and... read more

Megan C.
80/hour

Passionate about right brain teaching, creative dyslexia approach

I have completed continuing education units in the areas of language and literacy throughout my career. I have completed many evaluation reports participating in the diagnosis of dyslexia. I understand that a student with dyslexia... read more

80/hour
5.0 (49)
171 hours tutoring
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I have completed continuing education units in the areas of language and literacy throughout my career. I have completed many evaluation reports participating in the diagnosis of dyslexia. I understand that a student with dyslexia... read more

Shelcey H.
55/hour

Licensed Dyslexia Therapist with 2+ years therapy experience

I began using these methods under supervision of qualified instructors in 2016 and completed over 800 clinical hours with 10 observations to complete the program for a Master's in Education in Dyslexia Therapy. I passed the national... read more

55/hour
4.9 (51)
19 hours tutoring Dyslexia out of 100 hours
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I began using these methods under supervision of qualified instructors in 2016 and completed over 800 clinical hours with 10 observations to complete the program for a Master's in Education in Dyslexia Therapy. I passed the national... read more

Josh K.
35/hour

Wilson Dyslexia Practitioner

This credential recognizes individuals as prepared to diagnostically teach students identified with a language‐based learning disability, such as dyslexia, at the beginning levels of encoding and reading. In addition, I completed a... read more

35/hour
4.9 (21)
126 hours tutoring
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This credential recognizes individuals as prepared to diagnostically teach students identified with a language‐based learning disability, such as dyslexia, at the beginning levels of encoding and reading. In addition, I completed a... read more

Richard G.
40/hour

Special Ed Teacher Highly Qualified in Hist., Gov., Geom. & Alg.

I am a retired psychologist who worked with children and youth with learning handicaps for 20 years. I was also a special education teacher for an additional 14 years. Most recently I was employed by a high school as a special education teacher in... read more

40/hour
4.9 (638)
72 hours tutoring Dyslexia out of 2,431 hours
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I am a retired psychologist who worked with children and youth with learning handicaps for 20 years. I was also a special education teacher for an additional 14 years. Most recently I was employed by a high school as a special education teacher in... read more

Frances S.
100/hour

Registered Art Therapist, 30 years experience with special needs

...with children across the developmental spectrum and in most major disability categories. I have had students with mild dyslexia as well as those with profound versions of neurological uniqueness. Often dyslexic students are highly visual. Art experiences... read more

100/hour
5.0 (812)
2,540 hours tutoring
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...with children across the developmental spectrum and in most major disability categories. I have had students with mild dyslexia as well as those with profound versions of neurological uniqueness. Often dyslexic students are highly visual. Art experiences... read more

Eri S.
75/hour

Friendly and Patient Certified Special Educator

...Teachers College, which prepared me for teaching elementary school students with a variety of learning differences, including dyslexia.... read more

75/hour
5.0 (70)
30 hours tutoring Dyslexia out of 307 hours
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...Teachers College, which prepared me for teaching elementary school students with a variety of learning differences, including dyslexia.... read more

Laurie E.
55/hour

Certified Dyslexia Practitioner

I have taught elementary school for over 13 years and am a Certified Dyslexia Practitioner. I incorporate Orton-Gillingham research-based multi-sensory methods for successfully teaching struggling readers, in particular students with... read more

55/hour
5.0 (63)
23 hours tutoring Dyslexia out of 151 hours
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I have taught elementary school for over 13 years and am a Certified Dyslexia Practitioner. I incorporate Orton-Gillingham research-based multi-sensory methods for successfully teaching struggling readers, in particular students with... read more

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How would you define Dyslexia in your own words?
Dyslexia is a learning disability which mainly effects the student's ability to read fluently, problems identifying speech sounds or phonemes, and how to relate letters to words. It is also difficult for the student to retain the correct arrangement of the letters of the words in spelling. An... read more
Dyslexia is a learning disability which mainly effects the student's ability to read fluently, problems identifying speech sounds or phonemes, and... read more
Answered • 03/17/18

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How would you define Dyslexia in your own words?
Dyslexia is a reading disorder. There are many levels of Dyslexia to determine. Some children reverse their words, some do not understand letter order, some see a mixed up bunch of symbols on a page. THe Dyslexia program determines where the child needs the most help and organizes the program... read more
Dyslexia is a reading disorder. There are many levels of Dyslexia to determine. Some children reverse their words, some do not understand letter... read more
Karen L.

Karen L. answered • 03/19/18

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How would you define Dyslexia in your own words?
There are actually two types of Dyslexia, one is referred to as surface dyslexia, and the other as deep dyslexia. Dyslexia is a spectrum type language based disorder and can present in various levels of intensity. At the most common level students have difficulty making the sound symbol... read more
There are actually two types of Dyslexia, one is referred to as surface dyslexia, and the other as deep dyslexia. Dyslexia is a spectrum type... read more
Answered • 03/19/18

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How would you define Dyslexia in your own words?
Dyslexia is the inability to decode words and to remember the sight words. It also can effect a person's ability to spell. If you cannot read a word, you cannot spell it. Dyslexia has been shown to stem from disruptions in the neurological mechanisms that underlie the reading process. Genetics... read more
Dyslexia is the inability to decode words and to remember the sight words. It also can effect a person's ability to spell. If you cannot read a... read more
Betty D.

Betty D. answered • 03/19/18

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