As summer approaches, parents of children with dyslexia may worry about how to keep their children engaged and learning during the long break. Read Learning Center offers an exceptional summer school program explicitly designed for children who struggle with reading, writing, and math due to dyslexia.

Read more to explore how the center’s research-based approach transforms educational support for learners with dyslexia during the critical summer months.

Summer Program for Learners with Dyslexia

Summer is a time for growth, and this includes educational growth for children with dyslexia. RLC offers a specialized summer school program tailored to these children’s unique ways of learning. With a carefully designed curriculum, the program provides various educational activities that address the hurdles students with dyslexia face.

Tailored Educational Activities

At the heart of our summer program is a range of educational activities carefully chosen for children with dyslexia:

  • One-on-one tutoring sessions to address individual student needs.
  • Structured literacy classes using multisensory instructional techniques.
  • Math Instruction using multisensory instructional techniques
  • Explicit Writing Instruction using evidence-based instructional techniques

Addressing Unique Learning Needs

The center’s summer school for children with dyslexia focuses on the individual. Specific strategies ensure each child receives the personalized attention they need to succeed.

Specialist Educators and Their Methods

At the center of RLC’s unique educational approach are specialist educators who deeply understand dyslexia and how it impacts learning. These experts use a combination of technology and proven teaching strategies that support the cognitive abilities of children with dyslexia while building self-confidence.

Strategies for Improving Decoding and Comprehension

The summer program employs techniques directly impacting students’ decoding and comprehension abilities. These strategies help students break down complex words, understand the nuances of the text, and build a solid foundation for strong literacy skills.

Assistive Devices for Reading Proficiency

Using assistive devices such as -speech-to-text converters and audiobooks helps make reading more accessible. These tools work well with the unique way that students with dyslexia process information, and they promote independence and a positive reading experience.

Learning Tools and Tips

Read Learning Center shares resources with parents, giving them practical tools and tips to support learning with a dyslexic child at home. These resources include strategies for creating a supportive environment and helping their child reinforce skills through daily activities.

Measuring Success

Our center uses pre- and post-assessments as a critical way to measure student progress.  These assessments help educators understand student growth and allow them to adapt instruction to individual student needs. Parents, caregivers, and students can see the benefits of this immersive and tailored educational experience.

Read Learning Center’s Summer Program is an invaluable resource for learners with dyslexia. Combining individualized tutoring, structured literacy classes, andexplicit math and writing instruction , the program addresses the challenges of dyslexia while enhancing phonemic awareness, comprehension, and memory retention.

Our specialists use innovative strategies, including the latest technology and assistive devices.  Parents are encouraged to play an active role in their child’s learning. Finally, the center measures successes through pre- and post-assessments.

The Read Learning Center’s Summer Program empowers students with dyslexia, building academic growth, self-confidence, and independence all while minimizing the summer learning loss in a fun, academic program.

Enroll now to enrich your child’s educational  journey and unlock their full potential.