We teach children in a way that works for their brain. Our team is highly trained in Orton-Gillingham approaches and programs.
Struggling readers and writers are often multi-dimensional, out-of-the-box thinkers who are highly creative and successful in many areas including arts, music, finance, mathematics, design and engineering.
is dyslexic, which makes it the most common learning challenge.
when instruction is explicit and systematic, multisensory, consistent and frequent, language-based, individualized and emotionally reinforcing.
doesn’t know that dyslexia occurs in people of all intellectual levels.
Steamboat Reading provides support with reading, writing, math and self-advocacy skills by providing a variety of services. Please contact our office for a free phone consultation to create a customized plan.
We offer one-on-one instruction. Each tutoring session includes attention to each child's unique strengths and challenges, development of skills and confidence, guidance to achieve reasonable, yet ambitious, goals, individualized at-home activities and support for parents.
We help you to understand and navigate the IEP, 504, or READ plan process at your school. We can advocate by explaining the testing that your child has completed, determining appropriate services and supports for your child and helping to explain what the school's plan mean.
We offer a comprehensive evaluation, literacy evaluation and instructional assessments. Assessments vary in the information they provide and duration of evaluation time. These assessment sessions are used to evaluate your child’s skills and determine what kinds of support would benefit your child. You receive a written report and oral interpretation of the results.
This was created to support and provide education for parents of children with learning differences. A learning difference can be something diagnosed, like dyslexia, dysgraphia, or ADHD, or something that causes a challenge for a child to learn. It meets the last Tuesday of each month.
-Parent of a 4th Grader
Evaluations remove the stress that comes with uncertainty and replaces it with results. By knowing the skills your child is struggling with and areas of strength, we can explain and implement different supports and interventions that are best for your child.