Ohio Dyslexic Tutoring
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.
- Mason, OH(Near Cincinnati) http://www.opendoorlearningcenter.com
Mount Vernon, OH(Near Columbus) http://www.ohdyslexia.com/
“Tutoring Children with Dyslexia, One Child at a Time”
http://www.childrenslearningcenters.org// For over ten years, the Scottish Rite Masons, Northern Jurisdiction, have been national leaders in the effort to help children and their families overcome the painful obstacles of dyslexia. At 59 Learning Centers in 15 states, the Children’s Learning Centers tackle the challenge of dyslexia head-on, both by providing free tutoring for children with dyslexia and by training a growing cadre of highly skilled and dedicated tutors.
- Akron Learning Center
91 Springside Drive
Akron, OH 44333
Cambridge, OH 43725-1825
836 Market Avenue North
Canton, OH 44702-1021
2020 Hopkins Avenue
Cincinnati, OH 45212
3615 Euclid Avenue
Cleveland, OH 44115
290 Cramer Creek Court
Dublin, OH 43017
525 West Riverview Avenue
Dayton, OH 45405
227 N. Fourth Street
Steubenville, OH 43952-5698
1720 Indianwood Circle
Maumee, OH 43537
223 Wick Avenue
P.O. Box 388
Youngstown, OH 44501-0338
“Tutoring Children with Dyslexia, One Child at a Time”
http://www.cincinnatidyslexia.org// The 32° Masonic Learning Center for Children, Inc. opened its Cincinnati Learning Center at 317 E. 5th Street in downtown Cincinnati in January 1996. The mission of the center is to provide quality, state-of-the-art, remedial education to children who have been diagnosed with dyslexia. The center offers one-to-one tutoring to students twice a week after school from September to May. In keeping with the commitment of the 32nd Degree Masons to children in the community, this service is provided free of charge. The only requirement for admission to the program is that the student be diagnosed with disabilities in reading, writing, and related scholastic skills, namely dyslexia.
http://www.cincinnatidyslexia.org The Ohio Valley Branch is often asked for the names of tutors who are knowledgeable in using multisensory techniques. This service provides the names of the tutors to the interested party. The tutee’s parents and the tutor decide on the location, the number of sessions and financial arrangements. While the Branch provides a list of tutors, it does not endorse any specific tutor. Please call the OVB office at (513) 651-4747 for further information.
7577 Central Parke Blvd.
Mason, OH 45040
http://www.dyslexiaoh.com/ Dyslexia OHIO focuses on the client’s strengths and unique learning style by way of an approach using holistic, visual, spatial, and creative techniques developed by the founder of the Reading Research Council, and author of The Gift of Learning©2003, Ronald D. Davis.
Davis has developed a technique to correct both visual and auditory perception issues in a client as well as techniques to improve the student’s attention and focus. By bringing together corrected perception along with attention and focus, his methods help clients’ reading and writing skills improve by primarily resolving confusions about letters, words, numbers, punctuation marks and math symbols.
http://www.cincinnatidyslexia.org// In conjunction with the Literacy Network of Greater Cincinnati, OVB offers two levels of classes for adults who are dyslexic or who have dyslexic-like symptoms. Level 1 is a group class, up to ten adults students, and is a televised program from the Dyslexia Center at the Scottish Rite Hospital in Dallas, Texas. The areas of decoding and spelling are the principal areas of content. This course lasts for approximately eight months and meets two evenings a week for that time. There is no charge for the class, but students must purchase two workbooks at $15 each.
The Level 2 class is again a group of five to ten adults, meeting two evenings a week for about four months. Advanced decoding and spelling, reading practice, and some writing skills are the content areas covered. It is not necessary to begin with the Level 1 class if your skills are adequate. There is no charge for the class and there is no workbook to purchase. (513) 621-7323.
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.
http://www.diaohio.org// The Dyslexia Institutes of America is a national organization whose sole purpose is to diagnose and treat dyslexics. To the dyslexics and parents of dyslexics who are visiting this website to learn more about dyslexia and what can be done to treat it, we know and appreciate your journey.
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.
http://www.langsfordcenter.com Langsford Learning Acceleration Centers, with locations in Louisville, Kentucky, and Cincinnati, Ohio, has tutored children and adults since 1992. We help individuals with learning disabilities, auditory processing disorder (APD), dyslexia, hyperlexia, and ADHD.
• Louisville, Kentucky
• Cincinnati, Ohio
http://www.learningrx.com// helps struggling students overcome frustrating learning and reading problems and can unlock hidden potential in advanced students looking for a competitive edge. LearningRx actually changes lives because we focus on cognitive skills testing and individualized, one-on-one learning skills training. Students experience change almost immediately and motivation soars.
• Akron Bath
• Columbus (Dublin)
• Mayfield Village
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.
http://www.lawrenceschool.org Lawrence School is an independent, state-chartered, college preparatory, coeducational day school for bright students with learning disabilities and attention deficits in Grades from 1st -12th .
Does your child need a jump-start for the next grade, or need to fulfill a particular course requirement? Lawrence School offers Summer Programs to students in grades 1-12 who need help achieving academic excellence. A unique blend of academics, confidence building and fun is offered through Lawrence School’s Summer School programs for students entering grades 1-6. Students do not need to be enrolled in Lawrence School during the school year to take advantage of the Summer School Program. Lawrence School also has a Learning center contact school for details.
Cincinnati OH 45208
(513) 871-6080 tel
www.springerschoolandcenter.org Springer School and Center provides a program totally dedicated to children with learning disabilities. Every adult at Springer understands learning disabilities and responds to children through that understanding. This appropriate environment permits a child to believe in and work toward his/her potential. Offers many educational summer and tutorial programs at the Springer Center.
404 Hill Crest Dr.
Ashland, OH 44805, U.S.A.
http://www.campnuhop.org/ Camp Nuhop—located in southern Ashland County, Ohio—is a residential summer camp for all children with learning disabilities (LD), attention deficit disorders(ADD and ADHD), Asperger’s Syndrome and behavior disorders. What started out as a one-week program years ago with eight counselors serving 27 children has blossomed into a camp that serves 560 children during six weeks, with a waiting list of 50. The camp has grown to 45 staff members and five directors.
Hillsboro, OR U.S.A.