Virtual 1-on-1 Tutoring Lessons
The Reading Fundamentals program is for preschool and Kindergarten students who have had little to no literacy instruction. Students will gain phonemic awareness skills and alphabetic fluency. Upon completion of Reading Fundamentals, students will be able to read and spell open and closed syllable words containing digraphs.
The Reading Remediation program is appropriate for elementary-aged students who have been taught literacy skills but are struggling to read and spell, including students who have an IEP and students diagnosed with dyslexia, dysgraphia, or ADHD. Students will gain fundamental skills, including phonemic awareness skills and sound-symbol relationships, and apply them to more complex literacy patterns. By the end of the Reading Remediation program, students will be able to read and spell multi-syllable words containing blends, digraphs, vowel teams, diphthongs, contractions, and more.
The Morphology Masters program is for students who have completed the Reading Remediation program or upper elementary-aged students with strong literacy skills. Students will learn and define words containing prefixes, suffixes, Latin bases, and Greek bases. By the end of the Morphology Masters program, students will gain morphology knowledge, improve reading comprehension, improve spelling of complex words, and expand their vocabulary.
The Learning Therapy program is for elementary-aged students who struggle with attention/focus, body regulation (fidgets, moves around often), active listening, following directions, copying from the board, getting thoughts onto paper, and/or executive function (time management, organization, and planning). Students will receive a personalized plan to target skill deficits that will directly impact their learning and academic performance.
After scheduling a day and time that works for both of us, I will conduct an informal assessment on your child to identify current skill levels and program needs.
We will determine a recurring weekly schedule for your child's program and begin working together.
Hi, I'm Tiffany,
Even from a young age, I knew I wanted to help children. The career paths I initially wanted to go down were pediatrics, pediatric psychiatry, cognitive behavioral therapy, and applied behavioral analysis, but none of those panned out. I started working with children with disabilities in 2011. It was, however, when I started tutoring reading and providing cognitive educational therapy to children with Dyslexia, ADHD, Autism, and executive function deficits in 2015 that really solidified my passion for helping students overcome their reading and learning challenges.
Now, I give students the tools they need to read and learn. I draw from a variety of curriculum, programs, and approaches to customize the tutoring experience for each child. I first conduct assessments to identify gaps in reading and learning and meet them where they are to build and develop a strong foundation. In as little as 6 months, my students become confident readers and learners.
Every child can learn. Every child can read. They just need someone to teach them in a way that works for them. I'd love to see if your child and I are a good fit for each other. Click on the button below, fill out the form, and let me know what your child is struggling with today!
I just have to thank you from the bottom of my heart. We were just doing our 20 minutes of reading and I got tears in my eyes listening to him. It's something so many parents take for granted hearing their kids read. Watching him struggle for so long and then being able to listen to him read to me is the best gift and you gave that to us. And I just wanted you to know how much we appreciate what you have done for him!
C. N., Parent
NOTE: I am not taking on any new students until Summer 2024. If you would like to be placed on my waitlist, fill out the contact form below. I will reach out to you in May 2024 to discuss your child's tutoring needs.