Leslie uses the Orton-Gillingham approach to tutor children with dyslexia. She has more than 40 years of experience teaching children with special needs.
"Leslie Eller cares about her students & she understands the challenges faced by them with their learning challenges."
This multi-sensory form of instruction is taught explicitly, systematically, cumulatively, directly and in a sequence. It is based on the close association of visual, auditory, and kinesthetic elements in teaching phonetic units step by step.
Dyslexia is an oft-misunderstood learning difference. It varies in degree and of severity and is frequently misunderstood as a lack of motivation, sensory impairment, or other limiting factors. Leslie sets the record straight.