1 in 5... Yes, 1 in 5 have dyslexia and need help.. Dyslexia is more than reading tutoring.. It requires a specialized approach..

What is Dyslexia?

Dyslexia is a specific language/ learning disability that is neurological in origin. It affects reading, writing and spelling and the ability to process written and/or verbal language. Problems occur with reading fluently and accurately. It affects individuals with average or above average intelligence. It can cause difficulties with accurate word recognition, reading comprehension and vocabulary development. Individuals with dyslexia learn differently. Contrary to popular belief, they do not see words backwards. They might have difficulty learning a foreign language, rhyming, spelling, difficulty with letter naming, difficulty with handwriting, delayed expressive language, organizational issues, poor sequencing of sounds in words, spatial difficulties. Orton Gillingham is a multisensory approach used to teach reading, writing and spelling utilizing seeing, feeling and hearing to learn to read, spell, and write.

Call 516-776-0184 today for a language/literacy evaluation for your child. Do not wait!  Reading is important.


    • Dyslexia Screenings and record reviews provided
    • Speech/Language Assessments
    • Orton- Gillingham- Barton Reading and Spelling
    • Fast ForWord Reading Program
    • Dyslexia Consultant and Screener


We offer two options:

The first is a record review of past report cards, testing, background information, IEPs, writing samples.  This will give you an idea if further testing is needed, whether dyslexia is evident, and whether further testing is needed. As a speech/language pathologist  this gives you valuable information and ideas to help you or your child.

The second is a full comprehensive speech/language and literacy evaluation.  This information is invaluable to help your children. This can be done as early as mid-kindergarten.  I can screen your child for letter and sound awareness as early as age 4.

* LIDCOMBE WORKS- “We took our daughter, Angelina to Lori for speech therapy for about a year. We are very happy with the results. Angelina started stuttering when she was approximately 2.5 years old and was becoming aware of her speech problem. On her worst days she could not say a word, which worried my wife and I tremendously. My wife Victoria found Lori’s information online and we visited Lori in Long Island (from NJ) and started the Lidcombe Program. Over the next year, Angelina’s stuttering rating dropped from 9 to 10 (very severe) to a virtually unnoticeable pauses in our daughter’s speech. My wife and I are very thankful to Lori for working with our daughter and helping her overcome stuttering.” (Steve and Victoria M, NJ-daughter Angelina, 4 years old now)