Alabama Dyslexic tutoring
Alabama’s Dyslexic tutoring centers
http://www.dyslexia.com/ Ron Davis believes that dyslexia is a result of an inherent mental gift or talent. People who develop dyslexia think in pictures, rather than words; they are imaginative and creative; and they try to solve problems by looking at the whole picture, rather than working step-by-step. Davis Dyslexia Correction relies on using the mental talents that dyslexic people share to overcome the learning problems. To do this, students must learn and follow a different approach to learning.
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http://www.lindamoodbell.com Our goal at Lindamood-Bell is to develop language processing so everyone can learn to his or her potential. In order to be a proficient learner, in any subject, it is critical that an individual is able to efficiently process information, either by listening or reading. Our instruction helps a wide range of individuals of all ages (5 through adult) by addressing the underlying skills necessary for independence and self-correction. Beyond traditional subject tutoring, we focus on the development of processing skills. It is common to see years of learning gain in just weeks of intensive instruction. Mobile
http://www.altaread.org/findatherapist.asp// Academic language therapy helps develop effective secondary language and written communication skills through proficiency in reading and writing.
Individual academic language therapy programs are designed to meet the needs of those who have been diagnosed with specific dyslexia, dysgraphia, developmental reading disorder, disorders of written language, and language learning disability as well as other related learning problems.
http://www.aetonline.org/findET/search.php The Association of Educational Therapists (AET) is the national professional organization dedicated to defining the professional practice of educational therapy. Educational therapists provide intensive, individualized educational interventions for children and adults with learning disabilities and other learning challenges such as dyslexia, ADHD, language processing problems, poor motivation, low academic self-esteem, performance anxiety and poor social, organizational, and/or study skills. Clients may include students needing appropriate school placement or adults needing workplace support.
www.interdys.org The International Dyslexia Association(IDA) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, scientific, and educational organization dedicated to the study and treatment of the learning disability, dyslexia as well as related language-based learning differences. We are the oldest such organization in the U.S. serving individuals with dyslexia, their families, and professionals in the field. If you need a tutor go to: http://www.interdys.org/FindAProviderUnderConstruction.htm
www.readright.com/Read Right offers both a “Reading Improvement Program” and a “Critical Thinking Skills Program” for individuals. These programs are effective for people at all levels and of all ages who do not read or comprehend as well as they would like. They work with students labeled as Dyslexic, ADD, learning disabled, or simply slow readers. Individual tutoring is available throughout the United States.
The Dyslexia Institute
500 Southland Drive Hoover, Al 35226
205-979-5355 Fax: 205-979-5626.
Tracy McBrayer, Regional Director.
Lisa M. Burgoon M.A.
116 Lily Flagg Road Huntsville, AL 35802
(256) 883-7031 or
Snider Vision Development Center, Inc.
Sharon Snider, OD
4000 Meadow Lake Drive, Suite 121
Birmingham, AL 35242
Ask about the Sensory Learning Program
http://www.greengateschool.org Greengate School is a Private, Non-profit School Located in Huntsville AL. Since 2002 Greengate has educated and supported bright children in with learning differences in reading, spelling or writing. As we have grown, Greengate’s role has expanded, becoming a dyslexia resource for the community, training teachers, parents and growing community awareness of the issues surrounding those with these learning differences. Grades 1-8 Local tutor’s http://www.greengateschool.org/dyslexia-resources-tutors.htm
Glen Eden Institute
Poulsbo AL 98370-8710
(360) 697-0125 tel
(360) 697-4712 fax
The Glen Eden Institute mission is to maximize the potential of Youth With Complex Needs by providing individualized, comprehensive programs that combine clinical and educational services for each student and their family. Grades k-12th
Glen Eden Institutes’ (GEI) 2009 summer camp begins in July and will operate until the last week of August. All programs are uniquely designed and based on the specific existing abilities and needs of each camper. Continuous programming as well as interrupted and reinstated programs to accommodate family travel and other summer schedule demands is part of the GEI summer camp offering for special populations.
http://www.mathnasium.com/ Mathnasium is a learning center where students go year-round to boost their math skills. We are highly specialized; we teach only math. Our program is for students in pre-K through 12th grade. Our goal is to significantly increase your child’s math skills, understanding of math concepts, and overall school performance, while building confidence and forging a positive attitude toward the subject.