Gwen receiving dyslexia proclamation from Governor Pete Ricketts

          Non-profit 501 ( c ) 3

R.E.A.D.S  Services

Right to Educate Advocate for Dyslexic Student & Special Education  




                   

        DYSLEXIA IS NOT A MYTH! 


Gwen Easter  Experience Certified Dyslexia Advocate Tutor, Consultant and Screener 


Dyslexia is a language processing learning disability that affects reading , writing and spelling.  It affects 1 in 5 children and adult, that is 20% of the population this means in every classroom from kindergarten to twelfth grade sits 2 or 3 children who probably has dyslexia. Register today for our "What is Dyslexia Training Seminar".  




Services




Dyslexia Advocacy    Consultation




Screening,                 Dysgraphia  




Observation              Report Writing  




File Review                                          IEP or 504 Plan  
Letter Writing           Goal Writing




If you would like to book a“What is Dyslexia” Training Seminar or learn about other related training for your school staff, daycare,organization, parent group contact us for available training dates at 402 916-9653. When registering  for training Mail in Money Order Payment to 2895 Binney St 68111 Make Money Order out to Gwen Easter and Write In Memo: Dyslexia Training. Sponsored by Safe Haven Early Childhood Preschool Education Academy R.E.A.D.S.




                                                    

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                    "Spot Light"

Student Report Card.  Dante  show's warning signs of dyslexia.  He received F' and D's  before receiving  one on one tutoring from    SHECPEA KIDS CAN READ!

Reading Tutorial Academy 

 Program

 

                  B Report Card                    "Spot Light"

Student Report Card.  Dante  show's warning signs of dyslexia.  He received F' and D's  before receiving  one on one tutoring from    SHECPEA KIDS CAN READ!

Reading Tutorial Academy 

 Program

 

                  B Report Card

Now Accepting Enrollment




 Early Childhood Education  Inclusion Preschool Program    

Services

  Ages  6 weeks.-5 years
Early Childhood & Preschool program




Our high quality Early Childhood Education Inclusion Preschool program is a reader-center program. Children are read to and , explore  paper back books and listen to audio books daily.   We use all senses to learn. We use researched based systematic, sequential, explicit multisensory teaching phonic activities.  Our project learn and play hands on learning labs focus on the developmental stages to help infants, toddlers; and preschoolers develop and grow physically, socially, emotionally, and cognitively.  We  give tender love and care to your children.

Pre & Post Assessment , Benchmark Testing, 
Screening for warning signs of  early reading  and language problems
ESL Curriculum for young children
 Progress monitoring
Multisensory Method
Reading, Language Art, Phonics, Writing Activities
Hands on Project learning labs consist of: Play & Learn Activities
KIDS CAN READ BOOK CLUB™ Paper back and Audio Books
Parent Involvement 
Bible Time ( age appropriate activities)




Fun project learning labs focus- ABC, Math, Blocks, Puzzle Time, Tummy Time activities, Arts & Crafts, Music, Science, Nutritious Meals, Field Trips, and recreation,




Warning Signs of Dyslexia for Preschoolers 




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




                       What is Dyslexia 




Dyslexia is a language processing disability that affects reading, writing, and spelling phonemic awareness.

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. Early intervention is key to helping children who may show early warning signs of reading problems

All children can learn to READ if provided the right remediation methods and accommodations. Knowing the warning signs are key to early intervention.

                Children take home a book every Friday  to read.                                      Safe Haven KIDS CAN READ BOOK CLUB™ 







                 Now Accepting Enrollment. 

                 For more information call  

                         402 932-6103







Service provided to working parents, foster parents Omaha Public School parents, respite care parents.  Walk - ins are welcome must call 24 hours in advance.  

                                              R.E.A.D.S                                      

 R.E.A.D.S believes every child with dyslexia needs classroom accommodations, and/or extra educational services to be academic successful in school. Advocating for these accommodations and services in your child's school can be intimidating and over whelming.  R.E.A.D.S Advocates understands this, and we are here to help support parents in advocating for their child's educational rights. Whether it's obtaining a IEP or 504 accommodation plan, Letter Writing, Reviewing Reports, Observation. R.E.A.D.S Advocates are here to help answer your questions, attend meetings and support you through the process. 

 R.E.A.D.S  Training
Right to Educate Advocate for Dyslexic Student & Special Education  




Professional Development  "What is Dyslexia & Special Education Training Seminars for educators, parents, childcare providers, organization.  

Training Seminar are approved through the Nebraska Department of Early Childhood Training Center.  Providers receive certificate and  3 hour In-service credit. 













What you will take away from this training.






















 What is Dyslexia              




 Understand the Science  




 Myths & Warning Signs 




 Effective interventions and accommodations




 What it feels like to be dyslexic (serious but fun simulations on perception and reading)  

 IDEA Special Education  R.E.A.D.S  Training

Right to Educate Advocate for Dyslexic Student & Special Education  




Professional Development  "What is Dyslexia & Special Education Training Seminars for educators, parents, childcare providers, organization.  

Training Seminar are approved through the Nebraska Department of Early Childhood Training Center.  Providers receive certificate and  3 hour In-service credit. 













What you will take away from this training.






















 What is Dyslexia              




 Understand the Science  




 Myths & Warning Signs 




 Effective interventions and accommodations




 What it feels like to be dyslexic (serious but fun simulations on perception and reading)  

 IDEA Special Education 

   Safe Haven Community Center          

    Prevention & Intervention Holistic Center serving children & families in the Greater Omaha Community Since 1999               


  2895  Binney St      402 932-6103

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