The Dyslexia Reading Center is focused on three goals:
1) To provide the highest quality evidence-based, multisensory reading and writing instruction to individuals with dyslexia and/or learning differences
2) To train tutors in the Orton-Gillingham method of multisensory teaching in reading, writing, and spelling
3) To educate the public about dyslexia and the need for more effective instruction of students with dyslexia in public education
The Center uses a structured curriculum based on the Orton-Gillingham® (O-G) approach to reading instruction. This highly successful method, developed in the 1920s, uses a sequential, multisensory approach to teaching reading, writing, and spelling skills to students with dyslexia. The program incorporates auditory, visual, and kinesthetic information to maximize a student's ability to store and retrieve written words efficiently.
PO Box 1037, State College, PA 16804
State College 16804
Dyslexia Reading Center