If students can't learn the way we teach, then we need to teach in a way they can learn.
We believe that the dyslexic student is intelligent, capable, creative and a multi-talented individual. We feel that language-learning is a talent. These students can learn to thrive using multisensory, structured techniques which teach lifetime skills in order to compensate for their differences.
We feel that by working closely with the general education teachers, we can collectively offer accommodations to allow the dyslexic student equal access to the regular curriculum and thereby enable the student to acquire the necessary learning for their present and future success.