Who will Attend?

The Orton-Gillingham approach is appropriate for teaching individuals, small groups, and classrooms. It is appropriate for teaching in the primary, elementary, intermediate grades, and at the secondary and college level as well as for adults. The explicit focus of the approach has been and continues to be upon persons with the kinds of language processing problems associated with dyslexia. Early intervention is highly desirable, but it is never too late to begin.
Training is tailored to ensure that any teacher can immediately integrate this program into their whole group, small group, or one-on-one language instructional time frame. Orton-Gillingham trainings are designed to give educators the knowledge and skills they need to help every student succeed.

The Associate Level is designed for educators, tutors, special education teachers, reading teachers, literacy coaches, Speech & Language pathologists, learning assistant teachers, parents of children with learning difficulties, professionals in children's health sectors, and individuals seeking a career in educational therapy. This level is appropriate for groups of students and one-on-one instruction in and outside of a school. The Classroom Educator Level is designed for classroom teachers, home-school instructors, and pre-service educators for instruction within a classroom.

Teachers: Complement your core reading curricula, pursuing a career in educational therapy
Administrators: Empower educators with the comprehensive staff development necessary to meet learning requirements
Parents: Become an active participant in your child’s learning.

There are no prerequisites for this course.

Participation Fee Includes
Course Materials, Certificate, Refreshments & Lunches are available.
Group Discounts Available
10% Discount Available for Groups of 3 or More
Event Speakers
  • Laurie D. Leason

    Ms.Laurie D. Leason

    M.Ed., OCT, Fellow/AOGPE, Orton-Gillingham Language Therapist, USA
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