ASDEC for Children
“My 5th grade son misses his recess and Special Education time to go outside of school to learn Sounds In Syllables. He loves the program. He has said he really feels like he is learning to read. He says he doesn’t mind missing recess because what he is learning makes sense.”
– Parent in Montgomery County Public Schools
ASDEC faculty work directly with elementary, middle school, and high school students in our intensive summer program where students raise their reading and writing skills dramatically by working one to one with highly trained and closely supervised staff. In addition, ASDEC is developing clinics located throughout the region that will assist students with writing, math and study skills.
ASDEC therapists also teach dyslexic adults how to read giving them the literacy skills they need to enter the workplace and participate more fully in the community.
ASDEC Summer Program
For close to two decades, years, ASDEC master teachers have been delivering the most powerful Orton-Gillingham teaching methods to students during our summer program. Our elementary students work with Academic Therapists one to one and in small groups while older students work in small groups with senior ASDEC faculty members. In addition, ASDEC-trained Math Specialists bring years of experience to our summer programs.
Certified Academic Therapists
ASDEC therapists work with students for a minimum of three times per week. Accreditation through the International Multisensory Language Education Council (IMSLEC) ensures that students receive an approved Orton-Gillingham Based Reading curriculum. ASDEC is the only IMSLEC training center in the Washington, DC area that has received a direct endorsement from the International Dyslexia Association for meeting its rigorous Knowledge and Practice Standards for Reading Instruction.
We provide direct referral services to our Academic Language Therapists. Please contact us to schedule an intake meeting by phoning us at 301-762-2414 or sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.. To join our Academic Therapy Wait list, click here.
When evaluating the credentials of reading specialist, the International Dyslexia Association recommends using their EVALUATING EDUCATIONAL PROFESSIONALS guide. ASDEC therapists meet all of these standards.