Reading and Spelling Program in Chicago
At Connections Learning Center, we have reading and spelling programs that are designed for grades K-12 and adults. We highly recommend the Wilson Reading Program to anyone who is having a difficult time reading.
The Wilson Reading Program will help with the following reading and spelling skills:
- Phonemic awareness
- Alphabetic principles (sound-symbol relationship)
- Word study
- Sight word instruction
- Oral expressive language development
Our reading and spelling tutors will help students with dyslexia, learning disabilities, language processing issues, learning problems, and reading comprehension problems. We will give our students a strong foundation of reading and spelling skills that will help them throughout their life. Our spelling tutors in Chicago want our students to succeed and dream big!
To begin, please schedule a screening so that we can properly evaluate our potential student’s reading and spelling skills. We are located in Chicago, and you can reach us at email@example.com or call us at (773) 238-4526. The evaluation exam will take about 30 to 40 minutes and will produce immediate results. Together, we will come up with an individualized plan that sets up our students for success. Our end goal is for all our students to no longer have an Individualized Education Program or need accommodations and modifications. Connection’s reading tutors in Chicago want to create independent learners!
Connections Learning Center was founded by Debra Gawrys over 20 years ago. The inspiration for the learning center began when Debra found our that her daughter had dyslexia. Debra went to a conference to learn about the Wilson Reading Program. After the conference Debra started teaching her daughter the Wilson Reading Program—and the rest is history. Everyone can overcome their learning struggle with a little motivation and a personalized learning solution.
If you have any questions about our reading and spelling programs, please contact us. We are happy to answer all your questions.