Learning to read can be hard work. When the pieces are not coming together, it takes extra time and effort to become a strong reader, but it’s not by any means impossible.

Strong readers  figure out unknown words easily.  They understand and remember what they read, at grade level.

Strong readers know how to relate what they read to their personal experience.  As critical thinkers, they can state the main ideas, summarize, come to conclusions, and draw inferences.

The fastest way to become a strong reader is to receive prescribed, 1:1 individualized instruction from a reading specialist with over thirty years of experience.  Carola works with children and adults with dyslexia, visual development challenges, and attention issues such as A.D.D.

Carola screens for vision development issues, such as convergence and tracking, which can interfere with learning to read.