Your Child Can Find Reading Success with
Our Research-Based Program
Dyslexia Reading Connection helps students achieve reading success and confidence through the Barton Reading and Spelling System – the only scientifically based method to get a child with dyslexia to normal grade reading level.
Our structured literacy program:
- Teaches syllable types and the reading/spelling rules associated with them
- Is an intensive, multi-sensory, structured, and sequential intervention
- Is research and evidence-based
- Takes students to a high school reading level
- Influenced by the Orton-Gillingham system
We take a long-term, comprehensive approach to help your child succeed.
With 10 levels, this system supports students throughout their education:
Consonants and Short Vowels
Closed and Unity Syllables
Multi-Syllable Words and Vowel Teams
Prefixes and Suffixes
Six Reasons for Silent E
Advanced Vowel Teams (ability to read successfully at 6th-grade level)
Influence of Foreign Languages
Latin Roots and Greek Combining Forms (ability to read successfully at the high school level)
Reading Can Be a Struggle, But There is Help.
Does any of this sound familiar?
Your child spends hours on homework – only to bring home poor test grades and low reading scores
Your child is becoming discouraged and losing confidence in learning
You’ve tried to get help from their school, but no one seems to have solutions
You’re not alone.
Many families are facing these same challenges. We want you to know that there is help. We’ll support your student’s road to success in four ways:
We provide free consultations to parents who have a child with reading or math literacy struggles.
Our Dyslexia Screening Specialists will use a battery of tests to determine if a student follows the traits of someone with dyslexia.
We provide private, one-on-one tutoring in reading, spelling, and math using a research-based method of instruction.
Through one-on-one meetings, open houses, seminars, and training sessions, DRC increases awareness about the needs of students with dyslexia.