Free Tutoring Programs

Free Tutoring Programs

Summer 2018 Tutoring

The Everyone Reading After-School Tutoring Program will take place once a week, on Tuesdays from November 2018 through May 2019, following the New York City Department of Education calendar.  There will be two 45-minute sessions:  Group 1 from 3:30 to 4:15; Group 2 from 4:30 to 5:15.  Students will receive 45 minutes of explicit  instruction and correct practice in phonics and fluency.  Vocabulary and comprehension skills will not be covered.  STUDENTS MUST BE CURRENTLY IN THIRD GRADE AND BORN IN 2010.

Workshops

Everyone Reading provides professional development for educators in evidence-based approaches to direct instruction. We offer schools and teachers coaching, workshops and consultations in multisensory education to help students with dyslexia and related learning difficulties read, write and spell with competence. Our instructional approaches align with findings of the National Reading Panel and current research in literacy instruction.

Adult support meeting

Adults Support Meetings

The support group provides adults with dyslexia an opportunity to share experiences, successes, challenges and learning strategies. The group is facilitated by psychologist, Betsy Auricchio, Ph.D., and takes place on the second Tuesday of each month. Adults from various backgrounds and careers, including students, filmmakers, bankers and train operators, learn how others live, work and prosper with dyslexia.

Dyslexia Referral Hotline

Dyslexia Referral Hotline

The Everyone Reading After-School Tutoring Program will take place once a week, on Tuesdays from November 2018 through May 2019, following the New York City Department of Education calendar.  There will be two 45-minute sessions:  Group 1 from 3:30 to 4:15; Group 2 from 4:30 to 5:15.  Students will receive 45 minutes of explicit  instruction and correct practice in phonics and fluency.  Vocabulary and comprehension skills will not be covered.  STUDENTS MUST BE CURRENTLY IN THIRD GRADE AND BORN IN 2010.

Dyslexia & Reading FAQ’s

Dyslexia & Reading FAQ’s

Many callers frequently ask for information about evaluations, disability categories, how to obtain services and what works to improve language skills. Therefore, we have created an FAQ page that highlights these areas of concern