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Focused on Helping Your Child Succeed in School
About Us & Our Mission
Our goal is to help the parents of the 11 million children who are currently reading below grade level. We provide the tools needed to help you and your family move past the challenges of reading issues through our two-step Reading and Learning Disorder Assessments and ONLINE THERAPY programs
It’s imperative that we understand the root of the problem in order to provide highly effective one-on-one treatment and therapy.
The Reading Remedy Offers:
- Assessments that help you determine the underlying cause of the reading/learning problem.
- Online Therapy Programs with proven track records and guaranteed results. A Specialist works one-on-one with your child in your home in an online format.
About the Founder of The Reading Remedy:
Dr. Lipstein attended the University of Colorado, Boulder for undergraduate studies. Her degree program was in Physiological Psychology, which is the study of the brain and how it influences and directs behavior and learning. She went on to obtain a Dr. of Optometry degree from Pacific University College of Optometry in Forest Grove, Oregon. While at Pacific University, Dr. Lipstein also pursued and completed a Masters of Education in the Visual Function of Learning. She performed student teaching in a Title 1 remedial reading program in completion of her degree program. She is an associate member of COVD (College of Optometrists in Vision Development) and NORA (Neuro-Optometric Rehabilitation Association).
Dr. Lipstein reports that she is wearing her ‘educator’s hat’, drawing on her experience working with kids with vision-based reading and learning disorders. She found that kids had vision disorders that made it difficult for them to read but she often found that vision disorders co-exist with a learning disorder and amplify the learning problem. Once the vision problem is eliminated, the underlying learning disorder can be treated more effectively.
Her personal goal for this website is to help parents find direction so that they can make smart decisions on how best to help their child who is having difficulty reading and learning. Once a parent understands the underlying causes about why their child is having reading problems, then they can make proper choices on how to proceed to get help for their child.
About Our Dyslexia Education Specialists:
Jen Para and Julie O’Brien are the owners of the Multisensory Reading Center. They teach an online, Orton-Gillingham program called Lexercise. Jen, Julie and their colleagues possess the qualifications necessary to teach kids with dyslexia. Their goal in working with kids who have dyslexia is to teach them the skills that are needed to read. Once these basic skills are learned, a student can apply them and be successful through college level courses.
Jen has a Masters in Education from Midwestern State University with an emphasis in dyslexia. She is a certified teacher in EC-4, ESL, and Special Ed. K-12. She is also a Certified Academic Language Therapist (CALT), and a Licensed Dyslexia Therapist (LDT) in the state of Texas.
Julie has a Masters in Curriculum and Education- literacy focus from the University of Texas. She is a Certified Academic Language Therapist (CALT) and Licensed Dyslexia Therapist (LDT) with the state of Texas. She is also a certified Reading Specialist and Master Reading Teacher.
About Our Auditory Processing Disorder and Attention Deficit with Inattention Education Specialists:
Tina Liberatore is the Educational Consultant for Gemm Learning who specializes in treatment of Auditory Processing Disorder and Attention Deficit Disorder with Inattention. Gemm Learning offers Fast ForWord, an online program that helps students who have auditory processing disorder and/or attention deficit disorder with inattention learn how to correctly process spoken words.
Fast ForWord is used in many schools across the country and now is also available for you to access online in the privacy and comfort of your home. The at-home program proves to be even more effective because you now have personal help from the Remote Learning Education Specialist.
Eye Exercises to Treat Vision Disorder:
The Reading Remedy is very conservative in its recommendations of doctors who specialize in vision therapy. We need to be sure that the program offered is based on science and that each exercise is explained sufficiently to achieve the end result.
Are you interested in vision therapy? If so, please CONTACT US here:
Leave your name, email address and the Zip Code in which you live. We will refer you to a Developmental Optometrist in your area.