Dyslexia Initiative Program

While private tutoring might be the best option for your learner, oftentimes, it can be expensive. 

 

At Learning for All, we are passionate about helping learners of all ages who struggle academically. We teach THINKING so everyone can LEARN. It's our mission! That's why in 2018, we started offering the Dyslexia Initiative Program.

The Dyslexia Initiative Program is a low-cost, introductory, Orton-Gillingham-based educational therapy program. Learners will work one-on-one with one of our fully trained and supervised Therapeutic Tutor Interns. Our interns undergo the same extensive training in Barton Reading and Spelling as our Therapeutic Tutors and are supervised and supported by our lead tutors and Educational Therapists.

​Here's how it works:
  • 35 hours of Barton Reading and Spelling with Cognitive Integration Techniques

  • In-person, online, or hybrid

  • One-on-one sessions with a fully trained and supervised Therapeutic Tutor Intern

  • Application and functional screening assessment required

  • Selection to the program is based on financial need and student profile

Things to know:
  • Not all student profiles are appropriate for participation in this program.

  • Participation in this program is at the sole discretion of Learning for All, Inc.

  • Spaces and scheduling options are limited.

  • Applicant must remain in good financial standing and abide by all of the policies set forth in the service agreement in order to participate in the program.

Apply today!

The application window for the 2023 Winter Dyslexia Initiative Program is now open. Application deadline is December 15, 2022. Participants will be contacted if they are accepted into the program.

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