Reading Remediation Therapy
What is Reading Remediation Therapy?
Reading Remediation Therapy, also known as Language-Literacy Therapy or Dyslexia Remediation, is a specialized language-based intervention. Our speech-language pathologists focus on helping children improve in reading, writing, spelling, and reading comprehension to become proficient readers.
At Foundations Therapy, we go beyond traditional teaching methods, incorporating scientific research, individualized strategies, and proven therapy tools to address each child’s unique learning needs. Our comprehensive evaluations identify specific areas of improvement, helping us craft a remediation plan that bridges the gap between your child’s current performance and their potential.
What does a session
Our Reading Remediation sessions are a dynamic blend of one-on-one instruction by a highly skilled speech-language pathologist using research-based methods tailored to the child’s specific needs. Various multisensory techniques, such as using visual aids, manipulatives, and kinesthetic activities, engage multiple senses and enhance learning and retention.
We also incorporate movement breaks using our therapy gym to keep sessions lively and engaging. With our program, every child gets a chance to learn and grow at their own pace. Learn more about our evaluation.
Why Does Foundations Follow the Orton Gillingham Research?
Orton Gillingham theory is the standard theory which provides evidenced-based principles that guide reading remediation therapy. It focuses on teaching reading through explicit, systematic, and sequential instruction that addresses the underlying reading deficits. It emphasizes repetition, reinforcement, and the use of multi-sensory techniques to enhance learning and memory. Learn more about the Intervention Components Using Orton Gillingham Principles:
Therapy Tool Details
To ensure the effectiveness of our therapy, we employ a variety of proven tools such as: