Lorna has a Bachelor of Education degree from Bath College of Higher Education in England, and holds a Certificate of Professional Practice from Roehampton Institute in London: "Teaching Children with Reading and Writing Difficulties/Dyslexia."
Lorna is certified by the Dyslexia Training Institute, and is experienced in implementing the Orton-Gillingham approach to teaching. She has also completed the DTI Dyslexia Advocacy Certification Course and the Orton-Gillingham Online Academy Basic Language Course (Based on Orton-Gillingham Principles) as well as the OG Academy Math Orton-Gillingham Multi-sensory Math-Basic Concepts. She is a Level 1 Certified Handwriting Specialist with Handwriting Without Tearsand is listed as a tutor through Handwriting Without Tears and the Learning Ally Tutor Network.
Lorna has a unique perspective on this condition as she is dyslexic herself.
Phil has a Masters Degree in Engineering and brings twenty five years of experience as a consultant, team leader and homeschool science teacher. In 2015, he completed the Professional Executive Functioning (Seeing My Time) Training with Marydee Sklar.
He has tutored alongside Lorna for six years and is now specializing in offering executive functioning training for middle school students and their parents as well as adults.
Jennifer is a homeschool mom of two wonderful kids. She has a passion for helping children with learning differences, and is sensitive to the emotional needs of these often misunderstood kids. Jennifer is working on completing her Orton Gillingham Basic Language Level 1 Course, and has experience in using the Zones of Regulation. Jennifer also offers a full assessment of a child as well as tutoring.
Meg has a Bachelor of Education degree from Centenary College. She is certified in Early Childhood, Elementary Education, and Teacher of the Handicapped. With thirty-three years of teaching experience, Meg has retired from the public school system.
Meg is a certified Orton Gillingham Teacher through Fairleigh Dickinson University. In addition to this, she has certification from Language Circle Enterprises in Project Read Written Expression, a multisensory writing program, as well as professional development hours in Linda Mood Bell’s Visualizing and Verbalizing. Lastly, Meg attended The Institute of Special Education Advocacy at William & Mary Law School.
Her resume is available at this link: Meg Sass Resume
Although retired, Meg continues her passion offering academic support to promote learning to struggling students.
You can contact Meg by email at email@example.com.
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Julie has a PhD in Clinical Psychology from The New School for Social Research in New York, NY. She spent many years working with children in school, clinic, and hospital settings in NYC. She is constantly fascinated by continuing to learn about child development, and specifically has an interest in how children learn to read since her own two children are dyslexic. She is happy to help parents navigate the assessment and remediation process and hopes to soon be working towards studying to help provide diagnostic assessments.
Hi! I’m Maura Baker and I am proud dyslexic. When I was 10 years old, I was diagnosed with Dyslexia and I thought it was the end of the world, but now that I am in high school, I see it was quite the opposite! Through having dyslexia I have been able to find my strengths, for example, that I am a natural born leader and love taking part in many leadership positions in and outside of school. I am also great at public speaking and I love doing it. I consider myself a dyslexic activist and I have my own dyslexia blog. In the fall of 2019, I was presented with the Niewswand Outstanding Student Award from the New Jersey branch of the International Dyslexia Association (IDA). In my spare time, I love writing, listening to music, baking, taking long walks and of course, educating others on the wonders of dyslexia.