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Language Fundamentals Tutors trained by Bee Smart Concepts in the remediation of Specific Language Disability using the Orton-Gillingham approach or structured literacy
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The International Dyslexia Association (IDA) is an international organization that concerns itself with the complex issues of dyslexia. The IDA membership consists of a variety of professionals in partnership with people with dyslexia and their families and all others interested in The Association’s mission. http://eida.org
The VBIDA actively promotes effective teaching approaches and related clinical educational intervention strategies for dyslexics. We support and encourage interdisciplinary research. http://vbida.org
Marie A. Boehling, Ed. S.
Nationally Certified Educational Diagnostician Assessment & Intervention Services of Richmond, LLC
8719 Forest Hill Avenue
Richmond, Virginia 23235
Shanan Raines, Ph.D. – Dr. Raines provides assessment and diagnosis of children with all types of learning obstacles and ADHD. The goal of her assessment is to provide a profile of a child’s learning potential to help in developing strategies and treatment. Dr. Raines also has expertise in assessment of children for educational placement in kindergarten, private schools and gifted programs. 1503 Santa Rosa Road, Suite 105 Richmond, VA 23229 (804) 673-0100
Karen J. Rooney, an educational consultant, is Director of Educational Enterprises, Inc. and conducts educational assessments, provides parent consultation, teaches learning/organization strategies for children, adolescents and adults and does professional development. http://www.krooney.com/
PQBD – (Decoding Dyslexia Virginia) As a designer, I wanted to create a symbol that would be meaningful for those on this journey. As much as I wanted to explain dyslexia, I found myself reflecting back on my own darker days before the light of understanding. Instead of trying to define dyslexia, I turned back to the commonplace myth that it is only reading backwards or in mirror image. This designs represents the seamless dimensions of the letters p q b d, contained within an endless circle, and ready to break out. http://www.pqbd.org