I’m a reading therapist. My passion is to help students struggling academically due to dyslexia or other learning differences become confident readers. I also teach Arabic as a second language in a fun and easy way so the children can speak, read and write the language as well as learn about the culture. Im familiar with all the Arabic different dialects and I customize the sessions based on the family needs.
I also have a skill of helping high school seniors and college students applying to grade or medical schools write essays that will stand out.
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Frequently asked questions
What is your typical process for working with a new student?
For reading therapy sessions, I give an assessment for free and I send a full report and recommendations regarding the assessment results. When I start working with the student, I provide the workbooks needed and I give out "Tokens Of Appreciation" after every session to keep encouraging the hardwork. I give another assessment during therapy sessions to determine the progress and to see where we are standing at. The student family will get a periodic report to be involved in the learning process. Towards the end, I give a gift card along with a final assessment report. I use other reading programs and different resources to make sure the the learning journey is enjoyable for the students. I've been working with ADHD, dyslexia, dysgraphia, dyscalculia, Autism students for many years and I'm trained to handle their learning differences.
What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?
I have been a reading therpist for 10 years and I hold the license to train teachers and educators in Phono-Graphix reading program. I have been operating online a2z Reading Clinic to reach out to a wider range of students. I've helped students around the USA and international students overcome their reading struggles and become confident readers. I am a member of the International Dyslexia association and I have attended many conferences and seminars related to dyslexia dn other learning differences.