Children with developmental speech and language impairments are at a higher risk for reading disabilities than typically developing peers. Deficits in reading can occur with or without the presence of a speech or language disorder.
According to the Nation Reading Panel, there are five crucial areas of reading instruction: phonemic awareness, phonics, fluency, vocabulary and comprehension. We use structured approaches to teaching these important skills.
Research has shown that children with strong pre-literacy skills reduce the chances of reading difficulties.
Whether your child needs help acquiring age appropriate reading skills or needs a boost with pre-litearcy skills, call today to find out how we can help!