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The International Dyslexia Association recommends multi-sensory teaching (a method of instruction that utilizes auditory, visual, and tactile senses) to teach reading to a dyslexic child, often referred to as an Orton-Gillingham (OG) based method of reading instruction.  The Barton Reading & Spelling System provides this type of OG based instruction.  A student should be  tutored for 45 minutes per session at a minimum of twice a week to be effective.

Of the many learning strategies that we attempted, we personally found that the Barton Reading & Spelling System worked best for our daughter.  As a result of the progress and being eye witness to the benefits of this type of instruction, we wanted to be able to reach out to other students with dyslexia and ADHD and help them too.  Our tutoring is provided by a Certified Reading Specialist utilizing the Barton Reading and Spelling System.  It is a privilege to be able to provide appropriate instruction to enable students to learn how to read.

What is Taught?

  • Phonemic Awareness
  • Sound Syllable Association
  • Syllable Instruction
  • Morphology
  • Syntax
  • Semantics


How Is It Taught?

  • Multi-sensory (using visual, auditory, and tactile senses)
  • Systematic and Cumulative
  • One-On-One Direct Instruction
  • Diagnostic Teaching
  • Part to Whole and Whole to Part

Want to Learn More?

To view a demonstration of this type of instruction click here.

To help you determine if this type of instruction would benefit you, we provide a free consultation and screening on your initial visit.  If you would like to schedule your free consultation and screening, contact information is provided below:


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