Search for a Dyslexia Tutor

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Laura J. ...Teaching the sounds of letters is vitally important in knowing how to pronounce words and eventually string those words together and read. I also use phonics as a tool when tutoring dyslexia students. My mom taught me how to sew when I was six years old.
26 Subjects: including dyslexia, English, reading, anatomy
$40.00/hr
Gig Harbor, WA
Teresa P. Hi! My name is Teresa. I have a Masters degree in Occupational Therapy and a Bachelors degree in Romance Linguistics with a Minor in Anthropology.
22 Subjects: including dyslexia, reading, writing, ESL/ESOL
$55.00/hr
Poulsbo, WA
Denise C. ...I have worked with students during the "No Child Left Behind" programs in Kent and have a degree in Early Elementary Education and Special Education. I have an Elementary certificate for Washington State. I have taught elementary school for 20 plus years.
24 Subjects: including dyslexia, reading, English, grammar
$50.00/hr
Maple Valley, WA
Annamarie S. ...I currently work with adults with speech, language, voice, cognition goals. I do however have extensive experience working with children and teens with speech and language goals. I worked in a pre-school for children with autism, worked as a clinician for a spelling/reading private practice, ga...
5 Subjects: including dyslexia, English, reading, phonics
$50.00/hr
Seattle, WA
Debra B. ...Debra, M.Ed.Reading is so important and foundational to education. My approach is to teach basic phonemes (starting with vowel sounds, then consonants, consonant and vowel blends, and then prefixes/suffixes) and practice the decoding left-to-right strategy. This gives students a method of approaching unfamiliar or "new" words that may appear (at first) to be "long" or "complicated".
22 Subjects: including dyslexia, reading, English, writing
$45.00/hr
Redmond, WA