DuBard School now enrolling for After-School Program Targeting Dyslexia | Schools
The DuBard School for Language Disorders at The University of Southern Mississippi is currently enrolling for an after-school program to serve young struggling readers.
The Language Enhancement and Achievement Program is designed for students ages 5 through 10 with challenges in reading, spelling and written language, who may or may not have a diagnosis of dyslexia.
The after-school program includes three one-hour sessions per week available in the fall, spring and summer semesters. Services are provided in small-group settings by paraprofessionals with extensive backgrounds in scientifically based reading approaches.
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