3 Dyslexia Tutors Found Near Boise, ID

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Kelsie H.

Dyslexia Tutor

Twin Falls, ID 83301

Will travel 5 miles

$100 per hour.

4.99 170 ratings

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Tutor with Ph.D. - kind, caring, and patient

I have training and experience in assessment of reading disorders including dyslexia, and an understanding of different types of dyslexia (e.g., surface, deep) through my clinical internship and postdoctoral fellowship. My tutor skills include the use an evidence-based curriculum that focuses on decoding words, phonics, word attack skills, and comprehension. I use the Riggs and Orton-Gillingham approaches to reading intervention. I have helped parents understand their child's IEPs for dyslexia and created tutoring sessions to match their needs. [more]

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Carolyn A.

Dyslexia Tutor

Ontario, OR 97914

Will travel 40 miles

$35 per hour.

0.0 0 ratings

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Oregon Certified K-9; Reading Endorsement

I am an Oregon certified teacher who has a reading endorsement. My training included diagnosing and teaching students with dyslexia. I have worked in Special Education and Title 1 Reading programs as a substitute teacher for over 30 years. I am a certified teacher who has been employed in public and private school settings for over 30 years. Much of it has been as a substitute teacher. Substitute teaching has offered me variety, exposure to across the board curriculum and children from K-12th grades in all types of settings including, but not limited to: open/closed classrooms; large/small/ind [more]

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Yvonne F.

Dyslexia Tutor

Boise, ID 83704

Will travel 40 miles

$35 per hour.

4.91 54 ratings

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Fun, innovative, and up to date reading, phonics and English tutor

I am trained to use the Lindamood Bell visual/verbal program, which is designed for learning disabled and dyslexic students. I also am certified in the program, Structure of the Intellect, which is an early attempt to work on brain training rather than just tutoring. It has many activities useful for helping dyslexic students make new brain connections. My youngest son is dyslexic so I have kept alert and participated with him in new ways to reprocess incoming information and outgoing expression showing understanding. I also use Brain Gym, which is a program of physical exercises, which con [more]