19 Dyslexia Tutors Found Near Newark, NJ



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Linda W.

Dyslexia Tutor

New York, NY 10024

Will travel 10 miles

$60 per hour.

4.94 421 ratings

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Reading should be fun and an adventure!

I was granted a M.Ed., Reading from Northeastern University in 1977. My area of specialty within that degree program was remediation, requiring two semesters of supervised remedial teaching and courses on the best methods. I have directed 3 different after-school programs with remedial tutoring components with successful outcomes for the students (2nd - 12th grade). The primary method I employ is to use materials related to the student's interest and reading level and to work on difficulties as they occur. [more]


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Bridget C.

Dyslexia Tutor

Westfield, NJ 07090

Will travel 15 miles

$85 per hour.

4.97 180 ratings

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Bridget A. C., M.Ed. Orton-Gillingham Certified Comp and Adv

I am currently certified in both Project Read and Orton-Gillingham. These two areas are directly related to Dyslexic students as they utilize the VAKT methods. The ability to have students vary their understanding and methods to teaching help to support their reading processes. I am certified in Orton Gillingham in both the Comprehensive (level 1) and Advanced (level 2). I have worked in the education field in many capacities. I have been a classroom study skills and reading teacher and have worked extensively as a Reading Specialist and Literacy Coach. I certified as well as a Project Re [more]


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Giana K.

Dyslexia Tutor

New York, NY 10012

Will travel 5 miles

$95 per hour.

4.95 20 ratings

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Experienced Educator, MSED: Helping students meet their goals!

I have been teaching special education in NYC Public Schools for 7 years, and I have tutored students ages 5 to adult. I have been trained and certified in a specialized, research based, multi-sensory reading intervention program, developed specifically for individuals with dyslexia. Additionally, I have a strong understanding of the neurobiology and cognitive processing specific to those with dyslexia; thus, I apply this knowledge to each instructional strategy I make. While this is a great advantage, I am sensitive to each individual's unique needs, and I believe strongly in the need to crea [more]


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Mary J.

Dyslexia Tutor

Westfield, NJ 07090

Will travel 40 miles

$75 per hour.

4.98 275 ratings

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Help for Dyslexia, ADHD, CAPD, Struggling Readers, and Study Skills

I am a certified provider of the Fast Forword program and the Tomatis Method and have completed training in the Lindamood-Bell Learning Processes. I am qualified in programs to help students with reading weaknesses, weak cognitive skills, auditory processing problems, attention problems, and dyslexia. I am certified in programs based on current brain research, specifically regarding the neuroplasticity of the brain. Simply put... the brain can make new and lasting connections based on the intensity and duration of specific program. I have worked with students with dyslexia, hyperlexia, centra [more]


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James C.

Dyslexia Tutor

New York, NY 10002

Will travel 11 miles

$50 per hour.

4.38 45 ratings

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English/most subjects grades K-12/public speaking/editing/accent work

In two positions, at an international school in Uganda and with the Pittsburgh Public Schools, I worked to provide special needs students, several of whom were diagnosed with dyslexia, with appropriate learning support measures. Using my linguistics background and my detailed understanding of this learning difficulty, I can offer dyslexic individuals a personalized toolbox of methods to work around the initial need for letter-sound association. I do this using memory and handwriting drills to train students to spell (and later, read) words as whole elements rather than solely by the phonics-ba [more]


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Eliot G.

Dyslexia Tutor

Brooklyn, NY 11220

Will travel 8 miles

$100 per hour.

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Humanities Tutoring Specializing in Reading, Writing, and Test Prep.

Having struggled with mild dyslexia my whole life I have learned a variety of ways to help improve my reading, writing, and spelling all with the help of professionals tutors and physiologists. I would like to be able to share these techniques with others who also have my disability. Not only have I taught a number of dyslexic students while down at the exclusive Graded School of Sao Paulo, I also worked with dyslexic peers while facilitating a writing workshop for other Learning Disabled students in Binghamton University. All this as well as a background of personal achievement in writing as [more]


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Marissa M.

Dyslexia Tutor

Hoboken, NJ 07030

Will travel 5 miles

$38 per hour.

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Social Studies and Students with Special Needs

I am currently in the process of receiving my NJ certification for working with students with disabilities. I am a teacher assistant in inclusion classes which means I fulfill IEPs and work with students who have various strengths and limitations (many of whom have dyslexia). I also have tutored a student with dyslexia, we worked on reading and writing strategies, English regents prep, and American history regents prep (she ended up passing both after failing them both twice previously). I have been teaching Social Studies at a private school in Central New Jersey for 7 years. I have my unde [more]


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Felicia B.

Dyslexia Tutor

New York, NY 10001

Will travel 0 miles

$50 per hour.

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Speech Language Pathologist

I am currently a Speech-Language Pathologist (SLP) working in a elementary school setting. One area that we treat is dyslexia. In treating dyslexia, speech language pathologists assess the student's ability to hear and "play with" sounds in words (phonological awareness skills), have the child put together syllables and sounds to make a word, see if the child can break up a word into its syllables and/or sounds (e.g., "cat" has one syllable but three sounds c-a-t) and assess the child's phonological memory by having him or her repeat strings of words, numbers, letters, and sounds of increasin [more]


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Megan F.

Dyslexia Tutor

New York, NY 10010

Will travel 5 miles

$175 per hour.

5.0 13 ratings

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Practically Perfect in Every Way: The Mary Poppins of Tutoring!

I have worked with dyslexic students of all ages through my position as a clinician at Lindamood-Bell in New York City. I am certified in the phonemic awareness and symbol imagery program. Both practices support students with dyslexia. More specifically, I help students distinguish letters when they flip them, and supporting the process of reading fluently. Megan is an Elementary (1st-6th) state certified teacher with a Master's in School Leadership. Her areas of specialization are Lower Elementary and independent school preparation. She is currently a teacher at an independent school in Brook [more]


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Deirdre W.

Dyslexia Tutor

Teaneck, NJ 07666

Will travel 10 miles

$85 per hour.

4.62 159 ratings

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Enthusiastic Orton-Gillingham trained Teacher/Reading/Writing

I am a teacher certified by the Fairleigh Dickinson university Dyslexia Studies program to teach children and adults with specific learning disability also known as dyslexia. This is my area of expertise and I have tutored multiple students and achieved successful improvement on their reading and writing bringing them to grade level and beyond. I also am able to assess potentially dyslexic students and provide information on what a students' weaknesses potentially are. I love my work teaching my students to retrain their brains through multisensory, systematic, sequential approach to learning [more]