Reading Intervention

Reading intervention services for children needing help reading, spelling, writing, as well as comprehending reading passages.
 
Reading intervention services help children develop the necessary skills to become skilled and fluent readers. These skills may include:
 
  • Phonological and phonemic awareness
  • Phonics (sounding out words to read and spell)
  • Spelling
  • Recognizing words by sight
  • Reading fluency and accuracy
  • Reading comprehension
  • Word derivations and meanings
 
Reading intervention services take an evidenced-based, speech-to-print methodology that expands upon the Orton Gillgham approach that informs curriculums such as Barton or Wilson programs. Services are individual to the needs of the child, and consider the intersection of oral language and speech with reading and writing as appropriate.
 
Who Benefits from Reading Intervention?
  • General Education students
  • English language learners
  • Special needs students
  • Student or child with dyslexia