Support Services for Students with Dyslexia
Offering the "Take Flight" program
Take Flight is a two year curriculum written by the staff of the Luke Waites Center for Dyslexia and Learning Disorders at Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children,
This program is designed specifically for individuals who have a language-based learning difference (dyslexia).
10 – 15% of the population are unable to remember two-dimensional symbols, letters, or words easily.
These individuals require special methods and materials.
Take Flight is an ungraded, structured, and sequential curriculum that uses multisensory techniques for basic instruction in reading, writing, and spelling.
A low Student to Teacher Ratio is combined with a flexible curriculum.
The Einstein School provides an excellent place for taking this program in-house.
Our enriching and comprehensive curriculum inspires a thirst for knowledge, develops critical thinkers, and provides a solid foundation for continued intellectual success.
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