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Incredible Students who learn differently

Research from the National Institute of Health as well as Yale University shows that around 1 in 5 people struggle with reading despite having average to superior intelligence. That means that in every classroom in the United States there are between 2-4 children who need help with reading, writing and/or spelling. 

Testimonials from Families, Students & Staff


"Children's Charities has provided me with so many tools and resources that I can use at home and share with my child's teacher.  I am so glad we found Children's Charities and that they are so supportive and encouraging.  I feel empowered in advocating for my son and in supporting him as he learns.

                                                                                                      Student Dad 

"Words cannot express our gratitude for the instruction our son receives at Children's Charities.  He has made tremendous progress and even though reading is still a little tough for him yet, we are seeing incredible improvement.  He even read his first FULL chapter book!

                                                                         Student Mom & Local Teacher

"I have learned SO much in training - things I should have learned about teaching students how to read but didn't!  I am so glad my principal encouraged me to participate in the training.  I have learned how to teach my students to understand the make-up of the language, how to read, and how to spell.  After only a few weeks of working with my class,  I see huge differences already! I would recommend this training to every educator.

                                                                          Language Practitioner Trainee

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