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Dyslexia Resources

 
 
 
definition to dyslexia
          
dyslexia fact
 
 
 

dyslexia iceberg
 

 

 Interested in speaking with a Dyslexia Specialist / Private Tutor?  

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Tiffany Flanders
Hello! My Name is Tiffany Flanders. I have a Bachelor’s Degree in Special Education Studies and I am currently certifying to become a Dyslexia Therapist. I run a small Dyslexia Therapy businesscalled In This Together Dyslexia. I use a comprehensive, Orton Gillingham-based dyslexia intervention program called Take Flight. This program contains the five components of effective reading instruction which include phonemic awareness, phonics, vocabulary, fluency, and reading comprehension. If you would like to meet with me please feel free to call or text me at (801) 520-8466 or email me at [email protected] . If you would like to learn more about the dyslexia services that I offer, please visit my website at inthistogetherdyslexia.com. I look forward to meeting you and your readers!
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Angela Carter
Hello!  I’m Angela Carter.  I am the Curriculum Coordinator and 504 Coordinator at APEX.  I hold a BS in Elementary Education with a minor in Learning Disabilities and am a certified Dyslexia Specialist.  I’m currently working on a Special Ed. endorsement to my Colorado Teaching License.  I tutor using the Barton Reading & Spelling System, Framing Your Thoughts and/or IEW Composition curricula, and Phonemic Awareness exercises from David Kilpatrick and/or the Foundations in Sound program.  In addition to working on reading, spelling, and writing with dyslexic students, I love working with kids who are having a hard time with math!  I focus on hands-on learning using manipulatives and Touch Numbers to help the kids develop a concrete understanding of math concepts before moving into the abstract.  If you aren’t in the market for a private tutor, I’m happy to help you find the right curriculum to use at home with your student on your own!  You can email me anytime at [email protected]
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Kiki Chanders
Kiki Chanders homeschooled her two dyslexic girls all the way through and they are now both in the engineering college at CU Boulder. (See her daughter Jasey’s website linked on this page.) She tutored them for four years with the Barton Reading and Spelling Program. She is a dyslexic advocate and homeschool evaluator with a Colorado Teaching License and a Master’s degree in Elementary Education. She is available for free half-hour homeschool/dyslexia consultations and/or dyslexia-friendly evaluations for $50 that can be done in place of standardized testing to satisfy the Colorado homeschool regulations. You can contact her at: [email protected]