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Services We Offer

When you suspect it might be Dyslexia, the next steps can be confusing. We hope to give you the information you need to create a path to success.  

Free Consultation

If you just want to talk, please give us a call.  I am a parent of a Dyslexic Child and I have been in your shoes.  We can talk about your concerns, and what you need to do next.  We can meet in person or on the phone.

Full Test and Assessment - $300

This is a multiple component assessment utilizing several tests that lead to a complete understanding of your child's capabilities.  After this assessment you will be provided a full report of all findings.  This process could take 1 to 2 hours and the report will be reviewed with you in a separate meeting.
This is not a diagnosis.  A diagnosis can only be provided by a medical professional.  The provided report will give you a complete understanding of your child's potential dyslexia.  The provided report will likely be accepted in most private and charter schools to request additional accommodations.  It will likely not be accepted in public schools.
Not Covered by Health Insurance
Barton Certification

Dyslexia Tutoring - $65 per hour

Tutoring a student with Dyslexia is a comprehensive process that trains the student to understand words using their Dyslexic mind.
It is not:
  • Help with Homework
  • Traditional Phonics Training
  • Anything They are Already Getting in a Traditional School Setting
We utilize the Barton Reading and Spelling System, the most widely accepted and research supported tutoring system available. Click Here for More Information on the Barton System.
To be successful a child will need to be tutored at minimum 2 hours per week.
If you are located in Chandler, Gilbert, Tempe or Queen Creek we can likely come to you.  We can also provide on-line tutoring to you anywhere in the world.

Professional Development

We provide training in the Barton Reading and Spelling System for educators and parents.
We additionally offer continuing education services in dyslexia awareness and early intervention programs.
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