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CPTG offers literacy support for children of all learning styles and of all abilities.

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Who are your reading specialists?

All of our reading specialists have master degrees in speech and language pathology. They have all completed a clinical fellowship and all hold a certificate of clinical competence with the American Speech Language and Hearing Association.

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Do you have experience teaching reading skills to children with special needs?

YES!

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What is your style in improving literacy skills?

Our close-knit team has developed an individualized, multi-sensory, and language-based approach to help young children develop early reading skills.

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How does a graduate degree in speech-language pathology set your clinicians apart?

Traditional literacy is just one focus of a training program in speech-language pathology. SLPs are also the leading specialists in phonemic skills, phonological development, and language skills.  This comprehensive background best prepares a team of SLPs to tackle a much more multi-faceted reading difficulty.

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What is your approach to teaching reading skills?

We combine sight word recognition, language-based reading skills, and phonological awareness to support children's development of the skills they need to successfully read.

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What is your team's mission?

As each of us has particular experience working with children with special needs, we also understand that each child brings her own unique strengths and struggles to a session, and it is always our mission to individually tailor each session to capitalize on your child's skills and interests.