My passion for teaching students with dyslexia is matched only by my passion for developing my craft and knowledge. Many people ask how a dyslexia therapist is different from a reading tutor. My therapist certification was granted by the International Dyslexia Association (IDA). A dyslexia therapist holds a master’s degree or higher and is qualified to deliver services to students with dyslexia, including the most difficult cases. I completed more than 200 hours of approved coursework aligned with IDA standards, along with a two year clinical practicum that was supervised by published researchers and professors at Fairleigh Dickinson University. Additionally, I competently passed the Certification Exam for Educators of Reading Instruction. As a private dyslexia therapist and public school reading interventionist, I have taught hundreds of children how to read. I love what I do and believe I have the best job in the world.
If you have a child with dyslexia who thinks critically, enjoys hands-on learning, likes using an iPad and learning through games, I can help. I have the experience, skills, patience, and sensitivity to help your child become a stronger and more confident reader, speller, and student.