Seacoast Learning Center
Welcome to the Seacoast Learning Center. We tutor dyslexic children on a one-on-one
basis, twice a week, for 2 to 3 years. The tutoring is performed by educators (scholars
and qualified tutors) using Orton Gillingham clinical techniques. We provide all of our
services free of charge. Located in Rochester, NH, we service NH, southern ME, and
What Is Dyslexia
Dyslexia, also known as a specific learning disability by schools, is an under reported
disability. Dyslexia is an inheritable, neurological, condition that affects your language
acquisition, processing, and decoding abilities. Up to 20% of the population in the US
has a learning disorder and 80% of these people, many of them children, are afflicted
to varying degrees with reading disorders that qualify as dyslexia according to a NIH
(National Institutes of Health) estimate.
Dyslexia is a disability in learning, not in intelligence, and afflicts girls and boys nearly
equally. Children with dyslexia are typically highly creative, intuitive, and are excellent
hands on learners. Dyslexia is a lifelong, incurable, condition. With early detection and
treatment children with dyslexia can still learn and succeed academically.
Does My Child Have Dyslexia
When a child struggles with reading, writing, spelling, and sometimes even speaking,
it is possible that the problem is due to dyslexia. This does not necessarily mean that
a child displaying them has dyslexia. However, if a child continues to display difficulty
over time in the areas listed below, testing for dyslexia should be considered.
I Think My Child Has Dyslexia - What Do I Do
A formal evaluation by trained professionals must be conducted to diagnose dyslexia.
Testing can be conducted by schools and professionals trained in the assessment of
intellectual functioning. The International Dyslexia Association provides resources to
find a trained professional in your area. If you think your child may have dyslexia we
can help. Please contact the Seacoast Learning Center Director for more information
or download our student application packet and apply today.
Announcements, Special Events, & Fund Raisers
The Seacoast Learning Center relies on fund raising, grants, and donations in addition
to the financial support provided to us by the Scottish Rite Masons (Northern Masonic
Jurisdiction) to fund the free services we offer. For more information on how you may
volunteer please contact us. For more information on our fund raising events please
visit our special events page. To make a donation please visit our donations page.
Understanding that words are made up of sounds
Assigning correct sounds to letters
Correct pronunciation of sounds and words
Spelling and grammar difficulties
Learning basic sequential information (alphabet, numbers)
Reading with age-appropriate speed, accuracy and comprehension
Learning numbers and/or facts
Answering open-ended questions (math or word problems)
Organizing thoughts, time, or a sequence of tasks
2016 Run To Read 5K Road Race
April 2, 2016
2016 Casino Gaming Nights
April 18, 2016 - October 21, 2016
Hampton Beach, NH
SLC Student Graduation
May 16, 2016
Orton Gillingham Training Program Accreditations
The Children's Dyslexia Centers, Inc. Orton Gillingham training
program is accredited by the International Multisensory Structured
Language Education Council (IMSLEC).
The Orton Gillingham training program is also recognized by the
International Dyslexia Association (IDA) as meeting all of their
Knowledge and Practice Standards.
These accreditations reflect the quality of training provided by
the Children's Dyslexia Centers, Inc. and demonstrates our
program meets the highest standards in the field.
12th Annual Golf Tournament
September 30, 2016
The Seacoast Learning Center
29 Hanson Street
Rochester, NH 03867
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