Learn About How Our Dyslexia Therapy Programs Work
Programs approved by the International Dyslexia Association (IDA) have the following lesson components based on the Orton Gillingham and Structured Literacy approaches:
The study of sounds and syllables within our written language patterns.
Understanding the relationship between phonemes (sounds) and graphemes (letters).
English has 6 main syllable types that need to be directly taught and practiced.
The study of prefixes, roots, base words, and suffixes, and how they form meaning in our words.
The study of grammar and crafting words and phrases into well-formed sentences.
Vocabulary and how words are used to create meaning in our language.
Lexercise provides a hybrid structured literacy experience, utilizing responsive game technology to provide controlled daily practice. Paired with a weekly live direct instruction session, our dyslexia experts tailor each session to meet your child's unique needs.
Using data from their weekly practice, Lexercise allows us to provide a truly individualized structured literacy intervention.
Virtual Multisensory Sessions
45-minute weekly sessions are done through one-to-one Zoom sessions that engage students in a fully tailored lesson. Virtual sessions are ideal for busy families as you don't have to leave the comfort of home. All you need is a webcam and internet access for the weekly session and daily work.
Controlled Daily Practice
After the weekly live session, a daily practice plan overseen by your clinician is available to provide mastery practice.
We know that repetition is key for students with dyslexia, and Lexercise's unique game format delivers a maximum amount of practice in as little as 15 min. each day.
Also, Parents/guardians have access to activities that provide additional mastery and repetition work. By engaging you as the parent in the process, you get to be a part of helping your child develop the tools they need to become independent readers and spellers.
Due to the hybrid format, Lexercise is the most affordable choice for dyslexia therapy where you still get to work directly with an expert in the field. You can also use your flexible health spending account funds to cover the cost.
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Take Flight is a two-year curriculum written by the staff of the Luke Waites Center for Dyslexia and Learning Disorders at Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children.
Expert Instruction Led by CALTs
At Multisensory Reading Center, your child will receive therapy sessions from fully Certified Academic Language Therapists (CALT). We do not use trainees to provide Take Flight, so you can be assured that your child will receive the highest quality therapeutic intervention.
During the first session, we will provide baseline assessments that will allow us to track mastery and progress during the course of the lessons.
Traditional Session Structure
Take Flight consists of 7 workbooks, where students receive direct instruction in the concepts of Structured Literacy during 4 - 60 min. sessions per week. Sessions can be done in person or in a virtual format.
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