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   Facts:
Dyslexia is a language processing disability that affects reading, phonemic awareness, spelling, writing, comprehension, fluency and vocabulary

Dyslexia affects 1 in 5 children and adults. That’s 20% of the population. In every classroom there are 2-3 children who probably have dyslexia.

All children can learn to READ if provided the right remediation methods and accommodations. Knowing the warning signs is key to early intervention. Here are a few but not limited. 

If there are more than 3 warning signs you should consider getting your child screened.

Some Warning Signs of Dyslexia Preschoolers

*Delayed Speech
*Chronic ear infections
*Constant confusion of left and right, tie shoes, trouble memorizing alphabet, rhyming
*Mixing up sounds and syllables in long words

*Slow development fine motor skills 


 Some Warning Signs of Dyslexia School-age
*Letter or number reversals past the end of first grade,

*Issue with writing (dysgraphia) example poor pencil grip, writing complete sentences

*Terrible Speller
*Slow reading,

*Memorize a sequence



 

R.E.A.D.S “ What is Dyslexia”  Education Training for parents, childcare providers and teachers. Dyslexia trainings are approved by the Nebraska Department of Education Early Childhood Training Center.  Participants receive a certificate and childcare providers receive in-service credit hours. 

                             R.E.A.D.S
    Right to Educate Advocate for Dyslexic Students and Special Education

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 Does your child struggle with reading? Let us help!

Gwen receives dyslexia proclamation from Governor Pete Ricketts. 
  

R.E.A.D.S believes every child with dyslexia needs classroom accommodations, and/or extra educational services to be academic successful in school. R.E.A.D.S Advocates understands this, and we are here to help support parents in advocating for their child's educational rights. R.E.A.D.S Advocates are here to help answer your questions, attend meetings and support you through the IEP or 504 process

Services

Dyslexia Tutoring

Dysgraphia

Advocacy, Consultation Screening

Report Writing

File Review

IEP or 504 Plan

Letter Writing


R.E.A.D.S Professional Development, Dyslexia, Special Education training and other related topics  for parents, childcare providers and teachers. R.E.A.D.S professional development education trainings are approved by the Nebraska Department of Education Early Childhood Training Center.  Participants receive a certificate and childcare  providers, teachers receive in - service credit hours.  For more information contact Gwen Easter.

                               



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Dyslexia Tutoring days and hours

Monday   &   Wednesday  4pm - 6pm

Safe Haven Community Center provides R.E.A.D.S (Right to Educate Advocate for Dyslexic Students and Special Education) We are launching our Adopt-A-Child for Education™ campaign to help support low-income parents who cannot afford to pay for dyslexia tutoring and special education services.  Services are based on income. R.E.A.D.S provides dyslexia tutoring, screening, progress monitoring and special education advocacy services. Services to 5 -12 children who struggle with reading and have dyslexia.  Donations will also go to support program expenses, administration and staff.

Make donation out Safe Haven Community Center

2895 Binney St. Omaha, NE 68111 

R.E.A.D.S Adopt - A - Child for Education Tutoring program

   Safe Haven Community Center          

    Prevention & Intervention education, advocacy center serving children & families in the Greater Omaha Community   Since 1999               


  2895  Binney St      402 706-1358

  9am - 4pm  Call for Appointment