Families Falter When Communication Fails

Outcomes for children with trouble speaking, learning, and reading include shame, bullying, dropping out, unemployment, incarceration – and WORSE!

Is your child’s current learning plan sufficient?

A speech-first approach to communicating – talking, listening, reading, writing, spelling – takes advantage of the biological wiring in the brain. Your child won’t learn to read without a strong foundation of speech and language skills. You need someone with master’s level training in speech, language, and education teaching your child!

Is your child struggling and suffering needlessly?

Your child’s future begins with YOUR education. We empower parents to make educated decisions about their child’s learning. Take action NOW!

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Best Teaching Practices for Struggling Readers

Dyslexia, reading disability, learning disability, or learning difference. Whatever you call it, if your child is not reading at grade level or has difficulty with spelling, your child demonstrates a typical learning profile. The “typically” developing brain will...

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Speak2Read Case Study French Immersion

Bilingual Therapy?  Oui, Oui, Madame! It’s true! We often get requests from parents with children in French Immersion who are concerned about their child’s progress and are even contemplating removing their child from French Immersion. This can be a difficult decision...

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Speak2Read Case Study – Iceberg, Dead Ahead!

The “Case”:  Boy, Grade 1, public school.  English speaking.  Let’s call him … Finnegan! (A Mr. Dress-Up shout-out). Referral Reason:  A couple “funny” things in his speech The Situation:  Finnegan had completed previous language assessment and all scores were in the...

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