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Reading & Spelling Programs



Structured Literacy

One to One

Programs tailored to different learning styles and needs.

PHonoloGical Deficit

Phonological processing effects a child's ability to sound out unknown words. 

Have you noticed challenges with these core skills?

Sounding out words

Pronouncing words or certain sounds

Adding or forgetting sounds in words

Guessing not sounding out words

Behind in reading or spelling

Avoiding reading

Phonological Dyslexia or Developmental Dyslexia

Orthographic Deficit

Orthographic processing effects a child's ability to recognize symbolic patterns and learn sight words.

Have you noticed challenges with these core skills?

Memorizing spelling words

Letter reversals or using the incorrect letter when spelling

Unable to recognize words they already know

Slow Reading

Issues with handwriting and letter sizes

Surface Dyslexia or Orthographic Dyslexia

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Lindamood Phoneme Sequencing®

The LiPS® program develops phonological processing by teaching the student to identify, sequence, and manipulate phonemes. Through this proven methodology, the student develops the neuro-pathways required for phonological processing by attending to his oral-motor movements



Mixture of LiPS® & Seeings Stars® 

The LiPS® and Seeing Stars® programs have been expertly designed to overlap where necessary to develop several core skills including phonological processing, RAN, and orthographic processing. Our expert team customizes the programs to better fit a child with a dual-deficit or mixed dyslexia.


Seeing Stars®

Seeing Stars® for symbol imagery

Seeing Stars® works to strengthen the student’s underlying retention for symbols while systematically introducing spelling rules through multisensory instruction. Through this proven methodology, the student develops the neuro-pathways required for orthographic processing.


Each program has been specially designed to target and develop the underlying cognitive functions at the root of a reading disability. With our expert team of reading specialists, your child can get a highly curated educational plan. By targeting the core functions of reading, children can learn to read and spell on their own and maintain independence in the classroom.

Structured Literacy

Evidence-Based Literacy Instruction

Structured Literacy

Structured literacy emphasizes a systematic, rule based approach to literacy development  with emphasis on skill building and mastery. A structured literacy based intervention program develops foundational skills that are crucial to successful reading and spelling, such as phonological awareness, word and pattern recognition, decoding, encoding, and comprehension.


Science of Reading

Understanding the way that the brain learns to read and spell is paramount to effective intervention. Hence, all of our intervention programs are research based and integrate elements from multiple disciplines, such as neuropsychology, teaching English as a second language, and education. Our programs have strong, evidence-based foundations, and are also consistently updated to reflect both current research and the needs of each student.

Multisensory Instruction


Multisensory instruction introduces new information by engaging students’ eyes, ears, mouth, and sense of touch. It presents multiple varied opportunities for students to practice new concepts, and supports each student’s learning strengths. For example, a student may learn most effectively by using their sense of touch. This student would then practice new concepts with tactile instruction, such as tracing a textured surface, or writing in shaving cream. We work closely with each student to determine and engage their individual learning style.

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