"For DYSLEXICS, reading appears to be beyond their grasps..."Sally Shaywitz, 2003


       but we can make reading, spelling and comprehension POSSIBLE for them and... 



For Parents

Teaching students to learn how to read and spell the English language properly - meaning without asking the learners to memorize words, is complex and not easy because English is a complex language.  When we learn English, we are learning not one, but three languages and more—each with its own phonology, structure, rule, strategy and technique.


With close to a million words and counting and has the largest vocabulary and it is still growing, English language has many variants and has one of the most complex alphabetic orthographies. Therefore, the training, workshops and courses  to learn the English language even for teachers must be divided into different levels so that it will not be too overwhelming for the participants.

         a. Multisensory Reading System (MRS) Blended Online Self-Learning Literacy Courses for Parents/Guardians

f  your child is struggling to read  and spell or cannot read and you do not have the  literacy help and resources for your child's need, or you simply want to teach your own child to read and spell the proper way, these literacy courses would be your best option. While we cannot guarantee how far you can learn from us because of the complexity of the language, our basic literacy courses are a good start for you and you can apply the skills that you will learn from us to your struggling child anytime - in the comfort of your own home!


b. Parent/Guardian on-site Information Workshop -- soon to be offered : due to a high demand of our service, we are looking forward to move into a bigger space so that we can offer workshops for parents/guardians who need information about their loved ones who have difficulty in learning to read 

         c. How Can You Help Your Child  Accelerate His Early Literacy Skills

               Formerly: How Can You Help Your Child Learn to Read and Get Him  Interested in Reading




               Participants will be able  to help their child increase his early literacy skills in different ways


              Participants will be able to understand the most common reading, spelling, and comprehension difficulties and how they can help and find solutions to                          the problems


              Who Should Attend


              Parents/guardians of kindergarten, grade one, two, and three students as well students with below grade three reading level (not grade level)


              This workshop is ideal for parents who have children with specific language difficulty (dyslexia) with/without any disabilities/disorders


             Time: 1-hour and 30 minutes (we've just added the extra 30 minutes in response to the comments that we've received)



Some of our In-school Workshops:


St. Paul Elementary School

      2425 Honfleur Duvernay Laval QC H7E1Y3

May 17, 2018 

      6:30 - 7:20 pm Parents of Grade 2 and 3

      7:30 - 8:20 pm Parents of Kindergarten and Grade 1 Students

Willingdon Elementary School

     5870 Terrebonne, Montreal H4A 1B5

     Tel. (514) 484 - 2881


      June 5, 2018 

      7:00 - 8:00 pm Parents of Kindergarten

      8:15 - 9:15 pm Parents of Grade 1 and 2 Students


 Comments from Our Workshop Participants - Thank you so much!


"Enjoying listening to her techniques & practicalities -- please repeat it next year!" - St Paul Elementary School 


"Strategies given that parents can use" - (to help our child learn to read)  - St Paul Elementary School


"The presenter provided very good examples and ideas to guide our child - just talk slower next time.... - St Paul Elementary School


I liked the overview of possible "reading" comprehension etc., issues - very helpful, kind, knowledgeable presenter, good tricks, ideas, , "quantity vs. quality" -- good! St. Paul Elementary School


"Lots of good info, tips & tricks to help reading, promote reading, incorporate reading,... connect what you've just read,... phonological awareness ideas --workshop was very interesting, but not enough time to go over all the subject parts...for more questions" - St. Paul Elementary School


"Aspects of children with difficulties in learning to read would need workshop itself; wish we could have our own workshop for our special needs child(ren)" - St Paul Elementary School



 Your decision today is your CHILD'S tomorrow!

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