Press Release (ePRNews.com) - LOS GATOS, Calif. - Mar 21, 2018 - Begun in 2005 by Karina and Garrett Richland, the company, PRIDE Learning Center, provides a program for children previously diagnosed with dyslexia, visual and auditory processing disorders, speech deficits and other learning differences. This program improves reading, writing and comprehension skills in children ages 5-12.
“Our summer camps help kids in a way that no other summer school program can,” states Karina RIchland. “Our program is based on Orton-Gillingham methodology and it is so structured, systematic, cumulative and repetitive that children have no reading gaps in our program. It is not at all unusual for kids to improve 1 to 2 grade levels each summer” says Karina Richland.
PRIDE Learning Center currently operates 13 summer camp locations in California and also offers instructional programs, professional developments and consulting to hundreds of schools throughout the United States. Two weeks ago, the company announced that it will open a summer camp location in the city of Los Gatos. “There is a large population of children in the Los Gatos community that are having trouble learning in their classrooms.” Richland said. “One of our missions this summer is to help the community of Los Gatos solve that problem and help those kids that just need to learn a little bit differently.”
The dyslexia reading camp will be located at the Congregation Shir Hadash in Los Gatos. The address is 20 Cherry Blossom Ln, Los Gatos, California, 95032. Individuals interested in summer instruction can call 866-774-3342 ext. 1 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
About yxiyjm PRIDE Learning Center
PRIDE Learning Center started out in 2005 as a single learning center in Palos Verdes, California. Today PRIDE has developed into a leading provider of curriculum and instructional services for the special education market. The PRIDE Reading Program curriculum is used globally in both private and public school settings to help educators throughout the world improve student outcomes.
The PRIDE Reading Program is an Orton-Gillingham, multisensory based reading, writing and comprehension program that is structured, systematic, cumulative and repetitive. While the program works with all children, it is especially successful for those previously diagnosed with dyslexia, auditory and visual processing difficulties, speech deficits, and other learning differences.
PRIDE is a community of educators that are dedicated to creating a supportive, nurturing, caring, and motivational environment where every child is given an opportunity to succeed.
Contact: Karina Richland, Owner, 866-774-3342 Source :
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