Reading Success with TLC is as Easy as ABC!
“The more you read the more you will know. The more that you learn the more places you’ll go.” -Dr. Seuss
Reading is the building block of education. When a student struggles to read, it tends to affect multiple school subjects, as well as self-esteem and confidence. Total Learning Centers focuses on pinpointing exact problem areas, and individualized plans are created to reach each student’s goals. We promise solutions to students through research-proven and brain-based tutoring methods.
Based on student needs, strengths, and weaknesses, tutoring and curriculum can be hand-picked and individualized from a variety of programs that TLC has access to. Tutoring focus area components include decoding, fluency, vocabulary, comprehension, and attention to detail, all systems and curriculum falling under the umbrella of Orton-Gillingham methods and training. These methods offer multi-sensory, discovery-learning based, structured, and systematic approaches to reading to our students of all levels, including dyslexia. Our approach meets the student where they are, pinpoints their reading level, strengths, and weaknesses with the one-on-one focus with a teacher that the regular school day cannot always provide. The welcoming TLC environment paired, research-proven methods, and expertly-trained instructors is designed to help students find success in Reading.
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Dyslexia is a Learning Difference, not a Disability. Total Learning Centers is understands the characteristics and frustrations associated with this disability and are confident in their abilities to provide the potential of full remediation to students, not just temporary fixes.
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“Remember, dyslexia does not have to be a “dis-ability.” It makes no sense to blame a person for being unable to put a nail in the wall when you hand him a screwdriver. Having helped thousands of kids with dyslexia, I bet most could figure out a way to hammer in that nail even when the only tool give to them is a screwdriver. But, it wouldn’t be efficient. And, while they’re figuring it out, their peers with hammers have already moved on to the next assignment. Help for kids with dyslexia is all about giving them the right tools.” – Dr. Carol Utay
Questions about Dyslexia? We have answers!
- What is dyslexia?
- Does my child really have dyslexia?
- What does Total Learning Centers do to help?
- What can you do at home to help your child?
- Parents and students talk about their learning success with dyslexia.
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