Dyslexia therapy is provided using a systematic, explicit, and multisensory approach to literacy instruction. I am in my first year of CALT certification. For more information about CALT, please visit here. However, as a mother of children who have dyslexia, dysgraphia, and dyscalculia, I understand the struggles a parent and child encounters.
The program I use is Take Flight. This program was developed by the Scottish Rite. It focuses on reading, spelling, cursive writing, and reading comprehension. Instruction is provided in a systematically, explicitly, and using multisensory methods. For more information about Take Flight, please visit the Scottish Rite’s website.
The number of sessions required each week depends upon the needs of the individual child. Some children who have severe dyslexia will need more sessions and time on each topic, which could be split between two sessions. Some children who have less severe dyslexia may not require as many sessions. Take Flight was designed for use by Academic Language Therapists for children with dyslexia ages 7 and older. The two-year program is designed to be taught four days per week (60 minutes per day) or five days per week (45 minutes per day). It is intended for one-on-one or small group instruction with no more than six students per class.
- Tuition: $700/month for one-on-one dyslexia therapy
- Sibling discount: 60% off tuition rate for additional siblings
- Homeschool Small Groups up to 4 non-related children: $350/child/month
- Student books (6) $18.00/each (this cost is spread across the span of the curriculum)
- In-Person Student cards for at home practice $92 (You will keep these cards.)
- In-Person Student cards for at home practice (RENT OPTION): $92 deposit; you will receive $80 if returned in same condition as you received them.
For information please email me at bridgette (at) oneuniquemom.com